How to Create Fake X-Ray Photos of Deconstructed Gadgets

Back in November of last year, we featured a project by photographer Max de Esteban titled Proposition One that consisted of pseudo-X-Ray photos of deconstructed gadgets. Max carefully deconstructs old gadgets, coats them with white spray paint, and puts them back together while photographing each step. He then spends 2-3 weeks combining all the different layers together to create a see-through view of each gizmo. The behind-the-scenes video above shows one of his images being made.

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  • Pablov

    3000 euros??? omg,

  • sierrarobba

    why o why need check a hassy shaprness in a “monitor”

  • rtfe

    makes you feel insignificant, eh

  • bobby

    use a tripod – everything would line up perfectly, sharpness would be retained.