A ‘vortograph’ is a photo taken using a triangular arrangement of three mirrors. The process was invented back in 1917 by an American photographer named Alvin Langdon Coburn. Photographer Simon Gardiner decided to try his hand at vortography, and created this beautiful Inception-esque photograph of a street in Paris.
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Oh hey! My name is Jamie. I live in the Great White North. I've got a BDes in Photography and I'm currently selling cameras and camera accessories while getting my career on the go.