Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”
The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/
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Htet T. San is a Burmese photographer based in New York. To create this gorgeous series entitled “The Frail Second”, the photographer visited a number of beaches around New York to capture the concept of “the complete nothingness” through reflections of people seen in the wet sand.

“Each of the photographs shows a human figure walking, running, or playing on the beach. They appear to be reflections, but look closer and you’ll see that neither up nor down shows the real world.

The images are disorienting due to the fact that they’re actually blended composite images created by stacking multiple images.”

The Frail Second: Photo Series by http://www.htettsan.com/

Known for his spectacular high-speed (paint throwing) photographs, Shinichi Maruyama has launched a new series titled “Nude.” His latest work is sculptural, and in motion like he was using a paintbrush on canvas. This effect was done by combining 10,000 pictures of a dancer.
Dancer by http://www.shinichimaruyama.com/
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Known for his spectacular high-speed (paint throwing) photographs, Shinichi Maruyama has launched a new series titled “Nude.” His latest work is sculptural, and in motion like he was using a paintbrush on canvas. This effect was done by combining 10,000 pictures of a dancer.
Dancer by http://www.shinichimaruyama.com/
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Known for his spectacular high-speed (paint throwing) photographs, Shinichi Maruyama has launched a new series titled “Nude.” His latest work is sculptural, and in motion like he was using a paintbrush on canvas. This effect was done by combining 10,000 pictures of a dancer.
Dancer by http://www.shinichimaruyama.com/
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Known for his spectacular high-speed (paint throwing) photographs, Shinichi Maruyama has launched a new series titled “Nude.” His latest work is sculptural, and in motion like he was using a paintbrush on canvas. This effect was done by combining 10,000 pictures of a dancer.
Dancer by http://www.shinichimaruyama.com/
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Known for his spectacular high-speed (paint throwing) photographs, Shinichi Maruyama has launched a new series titled “Nude.” His latest work is sculptural, and in motion like he was using a paintbrush on canvas. This effect was done by combining 10,000 pictures of a dancer.

Dancer by http://www.shinichimaruyama.com/