Many of the portraits in People I Know combine photography with other aspects of digital art. Jon Jacobsen‘s ongoing project shows his interpretation of…
These ghostly dioramas are the work of Italian artist Francesco Romoli. Part of a series called Imaginary Towns, Francesco creates the scenes out of cardboard before photographing them with his Canon 1000D, masterfully utilising lighting and shadow to add incredible depth and feeling. Once photographed the solitary figures are then added in digitally to complete the eery, ghostly scenes. You can find out more about Francesco on his website!