Not everything in photography is about Photoshop. Yes, it helps to do things that you can’t do in camera alone, like color correction and shadow emphasis, but what makes your photo really unique is perspective. The right perspective can give your two-dimensional photo this three-dimensional feeling.
From camera angles to framing, there are lots of tricks you can use to play with perspective. And this is exactly what this Barcelona-based photographer does. His name is Jordi Puig and he plays with perspective using everyday things like plastic bottles and cheese graters. This is creative thinking in its finest form and the result will definitely make you gasp!
This is what happens when a photographer gets his hands on a slinky. Add some quality teamwork to it, and you get yourself a trippy shot.
Spray-painted alphabet pasta and a helping hand of a friend, and now you can see the result
I wonder how many shots did it take them to get this one right?
Even a dull, colorless background can look like a scene from an apocalyptic movie
Fruit ninja! Smashing coconuts the right way!
When you get creative while playing dominos
Dunkin Donuts could use this idea for their next commercial
Do you still have those marbles at home? They could finally be useful for anything!
I have no idea what this tube shaped thing is, but it definitely helped create an awesome shot
Motion effect without motion… fishing line is an amazing thing
View from the grave?
Broken glass can be used as a framing to make your photo even more epic
And this is how you use metal tube to create awesome shots