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Splits: Photography Series by Tobias Friedrich

Published Oct 4, 2019

‘Splits’ is an impressive series by German photographer Tobias Friedrich, capturing images that give us a glimpse of the world above and under the water surface in a single frame.

These amazing shots might look like collages, but Tobias doesn’t use any digital tools to manipulate the images, they’re captured directly on camera using a ‘dome port’ in front of the underwater housing.

“In his childhood Tobias Friedrich loved to watch the adventures of the Calypso with Jacques-Yves Cousteau as its captain and the beauty of the world that is below the ocean’s surface. It’s still an overwhelming feeling for him when he has the chance to dive. He loves the elegancy and calmness of the world under water standing in contrast to the hectic atmosphere above.”

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