Photographer Carl Warner Shaped The Desert-like Grand Canyon landscape Only Using The Human Body

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Photographer Carl Warner Shaped The Desert-like Grand Canyon landscape Only Using The Human Body

Each landscape in the new series appears to include multiple bodies but actually starts out as a photo of one person

A photo shows the beauty of the desert with a stunning landscape. This photo is named Gland Canyon because it is inspired by the beauty of the Grand Canyon in America. But who would have thought, this photo turned out to be not a real desert?

" Carl Warner , the photographer, managed to photograph the composition of the naked body to look like a desert," wrote the Daily Mail. This photographer from London, England, positions the muscles of the body into a really deceptive illusion.

At first glance, one could immediately guess that this was a photograph of a landscape in the desert. However, upon careful attention, parts of the human body were visible there. Several people are involved in this photo. They were placed in such a way that it was barely visible that it was part of their body.

Warner is known as a photographer who is able to create illusions in his works. He is so paraded making photos with visual tricks that people are often fooled by his photos, such as this photo of the desert which turns out to be a human body

Each landscape in the new series appears to include multiple bodies but actually starts out as a photo of one person. "Scenes take only one shot of their body part or multiple images compressed together to create a more complicated scene," said Warner. "After I submitted, illuminated, and then photographed, I then took pictures to send productions to the class and the skill. I just added sky to the scene to give the image a sense of scale."

The texture of the leather models and the shapes they can create; bent knees or elbows, arched back, and bent stomach, for example, to give a desert-themed element, he must compose a sketch setting like a barren or rocky desert before shooting. In the photo-shoot, Warner changes a variety of different poses, then put together a new image.

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#1 Pectoral Dunes

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

Also, Carl Warner is a British photographer known for his unique landscape of food photography techniques. Warner became popular in 2008 to the landscape of the 'world of food' creation. Then the name began to be discussed again in 2012 after publishing a book entitled A World of Food.

#2 Valley of The Reclining Woman

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

He told Bored Panda since his works went viral he's been getting lots of offers to pose, but he really wants to advance the work by photographing famous people whose bodies have taken them on personal journeys. The shoot was a fairly intimate and private affair due to the nature of the nude shoot, so only he and his assistant did it.

#3 Desert of Sleeping Men

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

Warner explained the dessert party scene from the Zabriskie Point movie, was his biggest inspiration for the Bodyscapes theme, although he did not find these images erotic. In contrast, the photographer believes there is something almost geological about his works, where the folds mirror the creases in the rock and slanted feet conjuring up images of weathered hills. Like an organic representation of lifeless features.

#4 Fingers Cave

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#5 Shin Knee Valley

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#6 Cut Throat Valley

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#7 The Cave of Abdo-Men

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#8 Elbow Point

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#9 Shoulder Hill Valley

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#10 The Sleeper

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#11 Headless Horizon

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#12 Twin Peaks

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

#13 Desert of Backs

Image source, and credits: Carl Warner

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