Alexandre Duret-Lutz, a Paris-born photographer, uses a Pentax K10D with fisheye lens to focus on spherical panoramas and Escheresque spirals.
Expressed in technical terms, Alexandre calls his images “stereographic projections of equirectangular panoramas”.
Using a sophisticated transformation process, Alexandre first builds a 360-degree x 180-degree panorama, then projects it to look like a small planet.
His perspective makes his work beautiful and dizzying.
His website Wee Planets reflect his fascination with curvature and panoramas.
More of Alexandre Duret-Lutz‘s photography can be found at the following sites:
Be sure to go and take a whirl at his photography!
3 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery Blog — Alexandre Duret-Lutz”
This is so neat and mysterious. 🙂
Thank you, Peter! In reading the background on Alexandre, the photography is an ordeal all by itself. It’s not just like snapping a pic. I love people who get all creative on us!
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