The multiple exposure photography by the talented Christoffer Relander is simply wonderful. Relander has created a series of portraits that have the contour of a human face and natural elements superimposed to create one photo. The forest pictures Relander captures are of trees, flowers, rocks and pine needles.
Christoffer Relander is a self-taught photographer and graphic designer from Finland. He began his career in photography in 2008, and does freelance work, collaborations, documentary photography and personal projects. Some of the photos were taken during the 30th anniversary of Granstorp in Karis that include one of the Dizi.
Multiple exposure photos are created by superimposing two or more pictures to create one photo. These lovely photos are a great example of the incredible potential multiple exposure pictures can have.
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