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Layers of Vivid Activity in New York and Berlin

The moving of time is a amazing idea which happens all around us, at every individual moment of every individual day. France photographer Laurent Dequick made the decision to catch these short lived a few moments in a series of pictures eligible Oscillations Urbaines. Each picture is a combined series of several pictures, superimposed together to creatively indicate the disorder and blockage of large towns.

The series features vibrant and dynamic images of both New York and Berlin. Audiences might feel a bit extremely as they view the still picture which so highly express the movement of vehicles zipping past and the life of people hurrying by. Dequick says his work is :
"primarily a reflection on the contemporary city and more specifically the proliferation of modern urban space."
Through these arrangements, the specialist shows the continuous city action and enjoyment that are generally complicated to connect through just one still picture.

Laurent Dequick Photo

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