Joseph Ford, Brighton-based photographer, matches aerial landscapes with clothing. While taking aerial images may appear challenging, it was actually the studio work that took the most time – for example some of the shots needed about 12 hours of work. In one, the rich curves of a sweater have been associated with rolling desert dunes. In another, a faded and worn spot on a pair of jeans fades into a cloud. In a third, a train track ends as the zipper on a camouflage-print jacket. Enjoy!
Photo courtesy: josephford.
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