Photography is a medium of contradictions. It is both ridiculously easily and almost impossibly difficult. Being able to see things is pretty easy, but being able to capture a very moment is the difficult part. A good photo comprise many things, not only one must hit the shutter at the right moment in time, but the composition, color coordination, light and  perspective play a significant role too. A photographer is an editor of reality in trying to make sense of reality; he tries to distill the essence of his subject- a scene, feeling or persona, into a single, two- dimensional image.

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Top Ten Surreal Photographers You Must Know

Surrealist photographs of Man Ray, Marcel Duchamp, Max Ernst, Andre Breton, Brassai, Salvador Dali, Philippe Halsman, Andre Kertesz and Hans Bellmer are considered giants of art with their disorienting and exquisite creations, advancing the cultural movement that began in the early 1920s.

Recently the ambition to resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality evolved to new levels. We have selected the leading contemporary surreal photographers that proof that visual art has no boundaries and the world of dreams and the unconscious is alive.

Enjoy our selection of surreal photographers that push the boundaries of creativity, surprise and imagination. We welcome your suggestions on new additions.

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Portraits and A Mosaic of Contrasts in Vietnam by Rehahn Photography

Rehahn is a French photographer focusing on portraits whose goal is to meet the 54 different minorities of Vietnam and to discover the unknown spots in the country. Vietnam, A mosaic of contrasts introduces the viewer to a variety of colors, ages, expressions and emotions. Take a moment to see Vietnam through Rehahn's lenses. You won't regret it.

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