apple tree in the round: queen's park #1.
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What I love about "in the round" photography is the way it reduces the subject to its most essential elements. Here an apple tree in photographed in the round, Queen's Park Toronto. This technique involves collecting numerous images all around the subject and then bringing them together to create a single composite. If you look closely you can see the passage of time in the background.
Stephen D’Agostino is a photographer based in Toronto, Canada. Focussed on photo impressionism, he uses multiple exposure, slow shutter and digital montage techniques to realize his vision. Stephen's images are exhibited on the internet at www.dagostino.ca where he is highly ranked on Google, Yahoo, and Bing under the search phrase “photo impressionism”. Stephen also curates the Photo Impressionism Project at www.photoimpressionism.ca; a blog promoting the genre.