Architectural Photographer Digitally Retouches These Buildings To Make Them Look Unreal yet Real At The Same Time
Apr 24, 2012 12:41
Taken by architectural photographer Victor Enrich, he used a combination of photography and digital retouching and 3D graphics to make these buildings look so unreal yet almost possible in the real life. Too bad they're not real. What a feat would it be for the architecture world.
Check out the gallery of his work over at his site and a few more shots in our gallery below:
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