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Incredible photographer tricks the eye without Photoshop

Pocket-lint Logo By Joseph Ford of Pocket-lint | Slide 1 of 20: Hunters and soldiers use camouflaged clothing to blend into the environment and make themselves invisible from their prey. But the average layperson wears clothes to stand out from the crowd or just chooses clothing that feels comfortable and suits them.In the big bold world we live in, you're unlikely to accidentally find you're wearing a jumper the same colour as the curtains or with the same pattern as the seats on the bus. Sometimes it happens, but not very often. In this series of works, Joseph Ford worked closely with his friend Nina Dodd to create photographs where real people blended with their environments. These hand-knitted sweaters made by Nina Dodd were created specially to merge with the world in a particular location. The result is a number of photographs which look like they've been Photoshopped within an inch of their life but actually, they're just brilliantly posed and wonderfully prepared.

Knitted camouflage

Hunters and soldiers use camouflaged clothing to blend into the environment and make themselves invisible from their prey. But the average layperson wears clothes to stand out from the crowd or just chooses clothing that feels comfortable and suits them.

In the big bold world we live in, you're unlikely to accidentally find you're wearing a jumper the same colour as the curtains or with the same pattern as the seats on the bus. Sometimes it happens, but not very often.

In this series of works, Joseph Ford worked closely with his friend Nina Dodd to create photographs where real people blended with their environments. These hand-knitted sweaters made by Nina Dodd were created specially to merge with the world in a particular location.

The result is a number of photographs which look like they've been Photoshopped within an inch of their life but actually, they're just brilliantly posed and wonderfully prepared.

© Joseph Ford

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