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Snap, Cut and Paste: Montages and Conceptual Fine Art Photography by Miro Švolík

Being every bit of a montage master, conceptual and fine art photographer Miro Švolík creates imagery that explores different ideas and views that are out of this world.

Photo by Miro Švolík

Maybe it’s just part of his creative process or maybe it’s how he sees the world but we surely can’t argue with Miro Švolík and his creative take on photography. The photographer puts every bit of artistry in his photographs by carefully composing them in ways that are not only deceiving to the eye but are also memorable.

Švolík uses different perspectives to present his works and some of his more notable works have something to do with melding different media and images to create stunning visuals. Case in point is his series of black and white photographs that intertwine landscapes and images of the body that sometimes result in surreal but free-flowing images.

Miro Švolík is an accomplished photographer and artist. His works have been shown in different galleries in different parts of the world. His brand of creative conceptual photography seamlessly blends fine art photography and perspective that offers a new look to photography as an art form. You can see more of the Czechoslovakian artist’s works here.

All information and photos used in this article were sourced from Miro Švolík’s site via Lenscratch.

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