Richard Smith, a self-taught graphic artist with 20+ years of professional experience, incorporates assimilated photographic techniques and modern photomanipulation approaches into his hand-crafted compositions. Smith explores unexpected interrelationships between everyday images through surrealist photomontage. Working with elements from nature, pedestrian objects, specially-commissioned photos, and scenes from his travels and neighborhood, he fuses these components into ethereal yet cohesive views that transcend their origins.
Ben Goossens worked for 35 years in his native Belgium as an ad agency art director. After retiring, Goossen’s turned to creating photo montages with a distinctive Surrealism style reminiscent of his fellow countryman, René Magritte.
Goossens’ images have received awards in a number of prestigious international photography competitions including Gold and Silver medals at the Trierenberg Super Circuit, the world’s largest annual photography salon. His composite photos are remarkable for their seamless yet painterly renderings of Surrealism dreamscapes.
Artist David Niles has taken his son’s interests and produced them in delightfully spectral, vintage style photos that illustrate a small boy’s place in his own imagination.
These are photographs of my son, pictured in a world of fantasy and imagination. A world that children occupy a good deal of the time. They are my interpretation of his world.
Photo manipulations by Ukraine based photographer Kassandra with a feminine touch in each of her creations.
Long before the invention of Photoshop, artists were creating trippy fake images. The techniques used to create these images include multiple exposure on a single negative, and printing a single print from multiple negatives. In the 1960s, Jerry Uelsmann revolutionized the art of photography by manually blending negatives in the dark room to produce surreal landscapes.
Hossein Zare is a self-learned photographer based in Bushehr, Iran. Hossein captures beautiful landscape or cityscape pictures, and then creates stunning surrealistic artworks using photo manipulations in which his subjects defy gravity.
In this series, French photographer Laurent Chehere invites us to dream and imagine what it would be like if houses were flying. “Flying Houses” represents a mix of Chehere shooting various structures and creating them in Photoshop.
“Technically, I drew the buildings and afterward, I shot each element such as the roof, walls, windows, graffiti, and even the people—it’s a montage,” explained Chehere. “The series is a tribute to the old Paris and the movies including The Red Balloon, and directors such as Hayao Miyazaki, Wim Wenders, and Federico Fellini”.
Creative photo Manipulations by Tullius Heuer-Iskander1989.
His deviantart page.
A whimsical set of photo manipulations created by Lithuania-based artist Ceslovas Cesnakevicius. The cloud and moon imagery present throughout gives the images a dreamy, ethereal feel to them.
Stunning surreal photo manipulation series by traveling photographer Thomas Barbéy. He uses the pictures to create artistic montages of imaginary concepts, which are technically made with a combination of negatives or pre-planned double exposures.
Jarek Kubicki is a photographer /graphic designer from Poland. His work centers around dark themes and his compositions mix elements of painting, photo manipulation and sketching to create some truly unique art pieces.
Invaded by Little Aliens is a project set by Moscow-based artist Dmitry Maximov. Using a mixture of illustration and photographic technique he has created a special world of shy and curious beings, cartoony alien figures.
Architectural designer Victor Enrich created these intriguing works of art through a combination of photography and 3D digital rendering.
“A combination of photography and 3D architectural visualization is used. Once the object is chosen, it is shot from a point easy to recognize by users, not pretending to achieve the greatest picture ever, but instead, a picture that anybody could do. The shot is the basis to produce a replica of the building by using very detailed photogrammetric techniques that end with the creation of a three-dimensional model that fits almost perfectly into the picture.”
Marcela Bolívar is an illustrator and digital artist based in Cali, Colombia. Her artworks are based on photographs that go through a heavy process of transformation, assemblage and detail that puts them closer to a pictorial expression.
Interesting series of photo-montage and collage work created by Flickr user Ian Goulden (aka seriykotik1970).
Talented amateur German photographer Martin Waldbauer creates surreal images using digital photo-montage.
Tom Chambers for many years has worked as a graphic designer, including the design of packaging and magazines. Since 1998 Tom has devoted himself to photomontage for sharing the intriguing unspoken stories which reflect his view of the world and elicit feelings in the viewer.