A series of my best 360° panoramas comprising around 52 individual photographs in each image.
I like to make my little planets or tunnels with some additional texture or surreal elements so they stand out or tell even more of a story.
I created this series of "fire portraits", as a photography project for my blog.
This is some of my work using the M.C. Escher inspired droste effect, made using mathematical algorithms created by people far more intelligent than me, like the photographer & software developer Josh Sommers.
I came across this project for kids and thought that maybe this would make for some presentable abstracts? The results blew me away. I haven't found any photos like this and if you read the tutorial or try it yourself you...
jason talbott photography
I make composites, mainly in London. When I’m making composites I look for contradictions and irony, I find that helps add humor to what I’m doing.
I paint with Light, Color an Texture through My Canon T90. These pictures are all 3-5 separate exposures, layered on a single "filmed" frame, accomplished completely in the camera and my imagination not with darkroom or photoshop tweaking.
Submission to 'Share The Perfect Smoke Shapes'
Submission to 'Photographer Took 100,000 Shots And Spent 3 Months Trying To Capture The Perfect Smoke Shape'