Photos by Oliver Morris.
These are amazing!
Nice, homogenous series. My favourites might be the first and penultimate one (which makes me think of Goya)
These are really breath-taking… they quite literally make me want to whisper! I particularly like the composition on the second from the bottom. What are the sizes?? Where do you exhibit?
very cool… havent seen anything like this before!
My favorite is the girl standing with her back to the camera. Haunting.
Wow, these are super cool!!!
holy. great technique with great results. crazy good!
photography rarely catches me, consider me in the mitt
love love love this
these are beautiful!
amazing work! thanks for sharing….wild.
LOVE! Sooo good!
The simplicity of these photos really bring them alive. It works so well, the compositions are great and the anonymous figures bring about mystery. They remind me of ghostly figures found in photos like horror films. The concept is really interesting with the intricate layering of both images. My favourite is number 3, it stands out from the others to me as it’s a bit more lively with the way the lady has been photographed and the colours. I also really like the first image, it’s slightly creepy as you can’t see the girls eyes but you know she is probably looking straight at you, I love the contrast of the corn against the sky.
amazing work… I really like the first!
A M A Z I N G ! !
Wow. This is stunning.
these are so gorgeous, second to last is brilliant, the girl looks like an elegant giant!
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I want! Beautiful!
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my favorite is the fisrt and the fifth. it’s haunting.
Great concept! I would love to see a collage of really exotic places with this technique.
OMG!These are fantastic!BRAVO x
I´m just happy to find images like those… thaks Oliver
take some more photos
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