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These Colorful Landscapes in Jars Are In-Camera DSLR Double Exposures


Photographer Christoffer Relander has released a series of beautiful photos showing colorful landscapes inside glass jars. The photos aren’t the result of Photoshop — each is an in-camera double exposure captured with a Nikon D800E.

The work is part of Relander’s ongoing project titled Jarred & Displaced. His first viral set, which we featured last year, consisted of black-and-white jarred landscapes captured entirely in-camera with medium format camera double exposures.

For this second set, Relander switched to a digital camera and color photos.

For the past 3 years, Relander has been revisiting the locations of his childhood and collecting them in photos of glass food jars.

The scenes are mostly of the countryside in the south of Finland.

“All works are intentional double exposures shot in-camera on a DSLR (Nikon D800E) — this project was not created or layered in an external software,” Relander says. “Images are not put into physical jars (as is misunderstood sometimes), only blended into one photograph.”

You can find more of Relander’s work on his website, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.