Beautiful Examples Of Surreal Photography Art


Surreal art pushes the limits of what is physically possible. Surrealism as a movement began around the 1920s with the aim of releasing the unbridled imagination of the subconscious. This artwork comes in various forms such as photography, paintings, drawings, and even film. Dreamy photos are created using multiple techniques such as blurring, combining multiple images into a single surreal photo, and shutter speed.
12 Surreal Photography Surreal photographs create dreamy worlds by combining seemingly unrelated objects. The result is always something we never see in reality. This allows artists to truly free their minds and imagination. In this photo for an example we see a woman blowing fire and smoke into glass which turns into a bubble. You are not going to see anything like this in reality.
01 Surreal Photography The world of photo manipulation through software tools like Photoshop makes surrealism easier than it's ever been.
02 Surreal Photography The purpose of surrealism is to show unnerving, illogical scenes. It illustrates freedom and creativity. Trying to make sense of the interactions in these photographs will only lead to greater confusion. They are purposely weird and bizarre.
04 Surreal Photography It doesn't necessarily have to be super weird at first. This pic isn't initially disturbing until you take a closer look of the water in the background.
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