Stunning Composite Photographs Of Cityscapes Contemplate The Geometry Of Paris And Berlin
Not long ago, we told you about Pep Ventosa’s composite photographs, putting together several images of landmarks and combining them to yield a vibrating rendition of these familiar images. This new series from Stephanie Jung has a similar feel, but rather than selecting landmarks from all over the world, Jung focuses on street and cityscape scenes in Paris and Berlin.
She previously did a similar series in Japan, where the hard angles of the buildings, streets, and iconic vertical banners made the images appear harder and more juttingly angular. Paris and Berlin come across with far more curvature, perhaps attributed to the classical architecture present in both cities. Either way, it’s interesting to view a city through this lens, leading one to consider the lines that make up an urban center rather than the objects in the photos themselves.
[via: My Modern Met]