Looking Down

Monday, November 12, 2012

Crikey, how striking are those photographs? I simply can’t stop admiring them. Katrin Korfmann is the German photographer who created this series entitled Count for Nothing. As much as each photograph looks like a lucky photo capture of a busy public area it actually is a merged image of hundreds of snapshots taken over a period of time. So what we see as one image is a photo collage of time progression in one single spot. Mind-blowing isn’t it?

Btw: Check this out, here you can zoom in those images so you can actually see each and every person up close in fantastic quality. Awesome!

P.S: Also, bird's eye view of NYC.
P.P.S: Plus, remember rooftopping?

(Photos of Vrindavan - India, Pamplona - Spain, Berlin, Luanda, King´s College - Cambridge & Amsterdam, via Happiness is)


Anonymous said...

The detailing is very impressive. I want the top one on my wall. Cheers, Grace

Melanie said...

This is so cool! It's like a real life "Where's Waldo" book! Love it! =)

Ergo - Blog

LyddieGal said...

wow, what project - that must have taken ages to complete!
Chic on the Cheap

Diana Mieczan said...

Ha! You are spot on, Chloe:)

Diana Mieczan said...

For sure, Lyddie.

Diana Mieczan said...

Good idea, Grace! They would look so cool framed:)

Amber said...

wow. this is a brilliant concept and awesome photos.

meenal@ maison marigoldl said...

mind-blowing indeed!!! The moment I saw the first image, i knew it had to be my country..and India it is! xx meenal

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