They may look like pines and cactus on steroids, but they’re actually cell phone towers disguised as trees. The ever-increasing cell phone usage requires a huge number of towers, however nobody wants to see them in their stark, skeletal nakedness.
For seven years Robert Voit has traveled around the world photographing these weird trees – including fake pine, palm and, in Arizona, cactus. In response to the spread of these fake trees, photographer Dillon Marsh decided to shoot a series of photos to document the trend. Much has been written about the Steve McCurry Photoshop scandal since we originally reported on the story earlier this month. One morning last December, I woke up and noticed that a dream of mine came true: I had taken a picture that went viral.
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In a new series entitled Invasive Species, South African photographer Dillon Marsh documents some of the cell phone towers across Cape Town that have been (terribly) disguised as large trees. Als Einstimmung gibt es hier eine bizarre Foto-Serie von Dillan Marsh, der als Baume getarnte Mobilfunkmasten in Sudafrika fotografiert hat.
Moreover, many residents think that living, working, or going to school near a cell phone tower might increase the risk of cancer or other health problems. It will let help to fill in gaps in your photos while you're using the crop tool to rotate images or expand canvases. A travel photography giant, his vibrant images have inspired millions, but he's recently come under fire over Photoshop use after a botched print at a show in Italy was found to have a serious issue. This is what is happening in Crimea right now, as photojournalists Kilian Fichou and Laetitia Peron revealed in a recent article on the AFP Correspondent blog.
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The video's creators call it "the one thing holding you back from compositional perfection," and it's this: style to the camera. These towers, by their very nature, need to stand alone, away from any other large objects, so they look all the more bizarre and unnatural when they've been dressed up as these towering isolated plants. That’s why telecommunications companies came up with a clever idea of using camouflaged towers that look like trees, flag poles, water tanks or church towers. Rather than have unnatural and unattractive metal towers jutting out of the ground, companies began working to make the towers blend in with the natural environment. He has a knack for spotting moments in which the subjects and shadows of his scenes line up in special ways. A new report reveals that photographers are already testing the camera out in the wild, getting the software ready for the expected August release. Bin gespannt, was als Nachstes kommt, als GoPro getarnte Uberwachungskameras, man wei? es nicht. This fake tree concept soon spread across Cape Town, across South Africa, and finally across the world. If you shoot Kodak, the company's Professional Film App can answer all of these questions and more.

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