I’ve mentioned before, I am a bigger fan of Paris when the sun goes down and the city is bathed in a beautiful golden hue from all the creative lighting they use. Certainly not eco-friendly and plans are in the works to dim some of that glow. I suggest you get here sooner than later to see some of it. If that isn’t possible right now, I am about to send you to a site that will bring Paris up close and personal, literally, while it astonishes at what can be exposed through a camera lens.
Jean-François Rauzier, a renowned photographer, took his art one step further by adding his computer and creating images which he calls “hyperphotos“, hundreds of close-up photographs taken with a tele-photo lens that he crops, redesigns and reassembles into photo canvas’s that reveal more than the human eye could ever take in. The result, as you will see, is eerily voyeuristic. Keep clicking your mouse to creep up closer and closer and be sure to check out the red boxes.
The above photo is taken from the Eiffel Tower. Monsieur Rauzier’s photo is taken from the vantage point of the skyscraper’s you see in the distance, staring right back at us!! Enjoy and be amazed.
Photo credit: alexi1982@flickr