A very talented Photographer named Christoffer Relander has published sequences of lovely pictures presenting colorful landscapes inside glass jars.
The project he makes is called Jarred & Displaced and is a look worth.
By creating his unique art photography project, he visited back to the places where he has grown up as a child and took from these places pictures to fit them inside glass jars.
I found this article at petapixel.com and was written by Michael Zhang.
Here is a sneak peak from the page:
The scenes are mostly of the countryside in the south of Finland.
The creative Contemporary Photographer Christoffer Relander says:
“All works are intentional double exposures shot in-camera on a DSLR (Nikon D800E) — this project was not created or layered in an external software,” Relander says.
“Images are not put into physical jars (as is misunderstood sometimes), only blended into one photograph.”
For a year now photographer Christoffer Relander has been working on a new series of analog multiple exposures.
This video is an introduction to his ongoing project Jarred & Displaced. READ MORE…