in

An Artist Captured His Childhood Memories Using Double Exposure

There are some places in the world which you would just love to put in your luggage and carry around wherever you go. Photographer Christoffer Relander has published a series of beautiful photos revealing colorful landscapes within glass jars. The photos are not the result of Photoshop — each is an in-camera double exposure captured with a Nikon D800E.

This is the second installment of the project, the first one depicting the landscapes all in white and black.

The effect from the photographs is generated in-camera, using double exposure as the trick to preserve the atmosphere of the place to the jars. Scroll down to check out the images of attractively “trapped” landscapes below.

More info: Christoffer Relander

Leave a Reply