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Trippy Glitch Photographs Blend Manual and Algorithmic ‘Accidents’ to Create Awesome Images

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We’ve showcased glitch photography before, both purposeful and accidental. Blurring the lines between science and art, glitch photography is often like a fingerprint, with each image being unique.

Today we have for you an awesome collection of these photographic fingerprints by artist and freelance photographer Sabato Visconti.

Visconti digitally alters the photographs he takes through a variety of techniques. At times he’ll directly edit the code that constructs the image. Other times he tosses it into an application such as Pixel-Drifter and lets it handle the brunt of the workload.

Whatever way he does it though, the results are odd, and oddly beautiful:

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To keep up with Visconti and his glitch photography, head on over to his website or give his Instagram and Tumblr blog a follow. And if you’d like to read more about him and his glitch photography, check out his interview with Re:form.

(via Laughing Squid)


Image credits: Photographs by Sabato Visconti and used with permission

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