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Altered Reality: Cool Photo Series by François Dourlen

Published Jul 24, 2017

Instagram photographer François Dourlen uses his iPhone to cleverly combine movie characters and real life scenes (previously featured here).

“Like many people, I always imagine weird things when I walk in the street, when I work or when I’m home. But I never found a good way to tell what goes through my head. One day, wanting to make a joke with friends, I replaced a statue of Napoleon in Cherbourg with a picture of my little pony in my phone and took a picture. I had so much fun that I put it on Facebook, people immediately liked. I remade another photo in this style, people still loved it, I made another and another…

I had finally found a way to tell all the stupid things that I think all the time! And above all a way to show people what I have in the head. My associations of ideas. And above all a means of sharing. It’s not my job, I’m a professor of history. I continue to take these photos as it amuses me. I do not think it will become my job, I love mine and it’s better that it’s still a hobby, which allows me to remain free in my creative efforts.”

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