Oregon-based photographer Brad Sloan fell in love with Manhattan’s urbanscape on a 3-day trip to New York City and managed to capture some spectacular shots of the Big Apple in that short amount of time. Sloan, who modestly refers to photography as his hobby, turns oft-photographed streets and landmarks into incredible images of architecture that seem like surreal, continuous skylines straight out of the film Inception.
[Thank you mymodernmet for also sharing his work on your site]
Thank you as usual for your support, Leslie.
"Light Melts The Shadows Away"
I’ve been teaching myself Cinema 4D recently and I built this scene. This image is based off of something else so it isn’t 100% an original idea. But, it was a great practice scene to build. It still needs tweaking but the hour long render is keeping me from fixing the small things for now.
With a bit of ingenuity, you can make a relatively cheap camera take incredible pictures.
Using everyone’s favorite duct tape, Alexey Kljatov attached a Soviet-era macro lens to an inexpensive digital camera. While it doesn’t look pretty, the rig captured some amazing snowflake pictures.