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Carsten Witte’s ‘Deconstruction’ Series

For his Deconstruction series, Carsten Witte is turning his camera lens on buildings and landmarks around the world. Using retouching techniques and multiple exposures, he turns familiar landmarks into entrancing images that seem to pulse with energy. Many of these photos seem to transcend time—existing outside of the single moment typically captured by a photograph. Here is a selection from this hypnotic series (check out Witte’s Behance page for more images). 

 

photo-image of Singapore from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
image of Singapore building by Carsten Witte
photo of Singapore building by Carsten Witte
photo of Ferris wheel in Singapore by Carsten Witte
Photo-image of Berlin from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
Photo-image of Berlin from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
Photo-image of Berlin from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
Photo-image of Berlin from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
Photo-image of Kuala Lumpur, from Carsten Witte's
Photo-image of Kuala Lumpur, from Carsten Witte's
Photo-image of Kuala Lumpur, from Carsten Witte's
photo-image of Sydney, from Carsten Witte's
photo-image of Sydney, from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
photo-image of Sydney, from Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
photo-image of London's Big Ben by Carsten Witte, from his Deconstruction series
photo-image of London building from Carsten Witte's
photo-image of London building from Carsten Witte's
photo-image of London building from Carsten Witte's
photo-image of New York City building form Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
photo-image of New York City building form Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
photo-image of New York City building form Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series
photo-image of New York City building form Carsten Witte's Deconstruction series