Американский фотограф Стивен Макменнами создает удивительно интересные картины. Он берет 2 фотографии, которые не имеют абсолютно ничего общего, например, фотографии наушников и пончиков, и объединяет их в одну картинку, которая выглядит полностью гармоничной. Вот что делает его картины настолько интересными и интригующими, чтобы смотреть на них.
1. Персиковые ягодицы
2. Похоже, мост может играть музыку
bridge + guitar getting this shot of the Brooklyn bridge with @flynyon was one of the more memorable experiences I've ever had. BONUS: we surprised the kids with an aerial excursion over Manhattan and I can honestly say I've never seen my straight-faced daughter smile as much as she did that day. more helicopter views on @combophotofail #combophoto 😀🚁
3. Встреча Дональда Трампа и Анджелы Меркель
4. Хотели бы вы банановую лодку?
5. Думаю, вафли собираются выиграть этот раунд …
6. Красная роза и вино
wine + rose 🍷+🌹 glass & liquid; two things I just found out I don't like shooting. I mean I like the challenge and all, but there's a limit to the amount of reflections one man can handle, because clearly, there is no limit to the amount of reflection a wine glass can handle (they reflect everything). Anyway, special thanks to my French and Argentinian friends for involving me on this #combophoto
7. Такая юбка из волос может заставить вас выделиться в толпе
skirt + hair I recently stumbled across this ancient #combophoto in the ol' combo archives. It came to be based off of a request from an unnamed fashion magazine that was looking for visuals to support their presence during fashion week in NY. I created a handful of test shots, sent them off and I never heard from them again. Definitely a bummer, but I'm always up for little challenges like that. Anyway, I'm ashamed to say neither of these photos were shot by me. Again, just a test, so I went with stock, but I still enjoyed the end result and here I am, sharing it with you guys.
8. Кто не мечтает о цветочном зонтике?
flower + umbrella WARNING: buckle up, there's a lot of words below. It's April showers season, so here's a spring inspired #combophoto, which my daughter's were gracious enough to pitch in and help on. I'm sure I've subjected them to worse modeling scenarios, but the little one definitely stepped up and made it happen… and the older one got behind the camera so I didn't have to act like a contortionist for once. asking either of my kids to stand frozen for longer than a second is no easy task (especially right before bed), but my youngest was hell bent on making sure we got the shot… and I love that. this started with a handful of test shots a few weeks ago (which I'll put up on @combophotofail (and a hand holding the flower version which lost in a vote)), but we took our sweet ass time tweaking it until we finally landed here. The combined images were taken at dusk on blue sky days, but with the help of a garden hose and some heavy shade we were able to transform it into a rainy day. isla's outfit is courtesy of @target, but Target isn't involved in this post so when I say "courtesy", I mean they were courteous enough to stock those items so I could purchase them. a few other notes… I went through 128 individual flowers to land on the one you see above. It turns out flowers are far less symmetrical that I ever could've imagined. And in the spirit of bringing our seemingly divided world a little closer together, the bottom image was taken on my Sony A7r ii and the top image was taken on a Canon 5D mark III (thank you @joshdweiss). Sony + Canon… World peace doesn't happen overnight, but it's a step in the right direction. @lmcm2, enjoy your 128 pink and purple flowers ❤️.