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Eduard Gordeev's Rainy Snaps Resemble Oil Canvas Murals

 - Dec 11, 2014
References: 500px & designtaxi
The rainy snapped pictures from Eduard Gordeev resemble that of oil canvas paintings. The St. Petersburg-based photographer captures gorgeous pictures of rain-soaked city scenes that resemble paintings. These photograph paintings resemble the work of French photographer, Yodamanu.

These dreamy and elegant photos capture rain soaked embrellas and swirling imagery of pedestrians. These swirls and colors come together to create a beautifully dismal portrait. Each photograph captures a beautiful nighttime atmosphere. Highlighting dark hues and bright lights, the photographs show the beauty in a dark summers rain. It’s hard to believe they were taken with a camera and not created on canvas. Eduard Gordeev uses specific camera and editing work to capture this paint-like atmosphere. Learning these skills take a magnitude of time and hard work.