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Surreal Photography by Hugh Kretschmer

Sep 3, 2013 by     No Comments    Posted under: Photography

Very impressive surreal compositions by the Los Angeles based photographer Hugh Kretschmer. Kretschmer discovered photography at 13 under the guidance of his father, who was a photo-instrumentation engineer for Mcdonnell Douglas during the Mercury thought Apollo missions. Recognized repeatedly throughout his 22 year career for his work’s enduring (and endearing) use of metaphor and hand crafted, trick-the-eye elements. Kretschmer has achieved singular success as an editorial and advertising photographer who creates imagery that applies to both art and commerce. He is represented by Trayler and Trayler in Europe for his commercial work and by Fotografenwerk in Dusseldorf/Germany for fine art. And there are plenty more incredible shots at his website.

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