Created by German artist Christian Rhum, the ‘Landmarks’ photo series is a collection of world-famous buildings and architecture that was captured using multiple-exposure photography techniques.
While images like these can often be achieved using software like Photoshop, Rhum doesn’t create the trippy effects in post-production and instead relies on his camera and skills as a photographer to get the job done, making his work all the more impressive.
The Landmarks photo series features iconic European architecture from the Eiffel Tower in Paris to Big Ben in London. But, since it is an ongoing project, there are likely to be many more pictures of buildings added from other parts of the world.
To see more of Rhums Landmarks photo series, visit his website.
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