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Double-Exposure Animal Portraits By Norwegian Photographer

A Norwegian photographer based in Bergen, Andreas Lie, has come up with a unique way to capture the photos of animals that are inhabitants of the area near his house. He makes use of the double-exposure feature, which allows him to capture photographs of animals with a subtle gradient. This captures the minutest details of the animals and the body tone is replaced by the habitat of the animal.

His city of residence, Bergen in Hordaland district, is covered from all sides by forests and boasts of several hills that are famous as wildlife attractions. Due to this, the animals of this region can easily be recognized using the photos. If you wish to purchase the animal portraits clicked in double exposure style by Andreas Lie, you can visit his online store at Society 6. To stay tuned to the clicks of Andreas, follow him on Facebook.  Tumblr | Instagram | Society6 (h/t: thisisnthappiness)

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits

Double-Exposure Animal Portraits