03.01.2012 in19:20 in City scape, architecture -->
Andrea Gefeller, Germany, 1970, is a photographer who works hard to get one single image in the end. In his series Supervisions, he took hundreds to thousands of photographs of the ground, only to put them together in the computer to create one big image. The effect is that these images are so detailed that one can stare for hours and still find new details. To see how Andreas creates his pictures, watch the video below. The following images come from Supervisions, Soma and Halbwertszeiten.