Wednesday, February 28

This Photographer is Making Himself Tiny and He is Good at It

Photographic manipulations didn’t take much time to emerge after establishing the photographic process in 1826. Photographers have already started manipulating photographs in mid 18s. While manipulations are mostly used to create surreal and artistic photographs, there were some incidents where photographic manipulation is used for unethical political intentions.

But let us just forget the negative side of it. Because the amazingly talented photographer we are featuring today is using manipulation to produce creative, dreamy and hysterical photographs. Joel Robison is a Canadian photographer who loves storytelling and self-expression through photography. His most notable style of art is making himself tiny and placing himself in surreal scenarios. The outcome is remarkable.

Image credit & More info: joelrobison.com | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Flickr

(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography

Other than his brilliant editing skills, his poses and emotions are spot-on for the scenes. It seems like being the photographer, he knows exactly what he has to do also as the model. His concepts are not very complex and dark. They are simple and delightful.

(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography

His exceptional skills have made some huge clients like Coca-Cola, FIFA, Yahoo, Adobe, Oprah Magazine, Mariott, ArcAngel, Trevillion, PhotoNews Canada, and many more obtain his service. Make sure to visit his website and social media channels to see more of his works. And don’t forget to share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Enjoy the rest of the photographs below.

(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography
(c) Joel Robison Photography

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