This photo collection from David Keochkerian falls somewhere between the worlds of Tim Burton and Alice in Wonderland.
The brilliantly manipulated colors give these landscape photos a feeling of fantasy and mystique. The actual composition of the photos play on symmetry and mirroring to create dual images of the same landscape within the frame. However, it is really the colors that stand out in making this David Keochkerian collection special.
David Keochkerian is also able to flawlessly confuse seasons by way of his color manipulation. One picture is full of white trees, which would normally mean the photo is of a snow covered forest in the dead of winter. However, a closer look reveals the trees are flourishing with leaves, which means the season is obviously winter.
These photos are both breathtaking and slightly eerie.
David Keochkerian Manipulates Color to Mesh Seasonal Landscapes
1. Color Manipulation - The use of manipulated colors in photography is a disruptive innovation opportunity for photographers to create fantasy and mystique in their work.
2. Symmetry and Mirroring - Creating dual images through symmetry and mirroring is a disruptive innovation opportunity for photographers to add depth and interest to their compositions.
3. Season Confusion - Manipulating colors to confuse seasons in photography presents a disruptive innovation opportunity for photographers to create unique and intriguing landscapes.
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