Carsten Witte’s experimental photographs of London’s architecture.
It’s been a while since my last feature of Carsten Witte’s photographic work. The Hamburg, Germany based photographer recently published a new set of his world spanning ‘Deconstruction’ project. This time the photographer has taken numerous shots of London’s recent and ancient architecture. Below you can see some examples of the London series. The full collection includes famous buildings designed by Richard Rogers, Renzo Piano, Sir Norman Foster and many others.
All images of the ‘Deconstruction’ project have been digitally enhanced by Carsten Witte. Due to copying and moving of image layers, the photographer has created effects of multiple exposures. Each image creates a strong momentum. You can see more photos of the London series as well as other Deconstruction works about the cities of New York, Milan, Paris, Las Vegas, Frankfurt, Munich, and Singapore in Carsten Witte’s portfolio on Behance. In addition, his portfolio is packed with countless shots for diverse portrait and fashion projects. As a professional photographer, Carsten Witte is working for brands and magazines such as Harpers Bazaar, Vogue, Marie Claire, Elle, GQ, Noovo, Stern, Spiegel, Maxima, Leica International, and many more.
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