Can you shoot photos of things that don’t really exist? Matt Stuart1 is a professional photographer. He lives in England and is fascinated about people and the way they live their lives. But what is really interesting is that Matt shots photos from perspectives which create an illusion of objects and situations that don’t exist in reality.
In each photo Matt presents human life from unique perspectives, and thus tries to make an honest picture which people know immediately is a genuine moment and which hopefully burrows deep into their memories. The result is stunning: inspiring shots of the moments of our daily routine, however so brilliant in their precision that one simply can’t look away. To browse through Stuart’s portfolio you need a Flash-plugin.
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