Photographer Used 17 Square Meters Of Mirror To Take This Stunning Shot

Published 8 years ago

Meet Erik Johansson. He’s a photographer, digital artist and Photoshop guru, who has recently shared behind-the-scenes footage of creating his newest dreamy landscape called Impact.

Using 17 square meters of an actual mirror and trusty ol’ Photoshop, he has seemingly joined the real world with an imagined one. And it was no walk in the park either: “This is an image I’ve been working on for the past months.”

With the video the author wants to show that practical effects still play a big part in photoshopped images: “I thought it could be fun to share the process and to show how much work there is behind creating just one piece.

Like surreal photography? Then check out this guy, who shoots and edits all his photos right on his phone!

More info: erik johansson | facebook | instagram (h/t: petapixel)

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How he did it:


In cahoots with the secret orde...
With nobody. In cahoots with nobody.

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