claudia rogge

I’m usually averse to digitally manipulated photographs. I’m more into photography’s ability to reproduce verité, and capture the unexpected in our reality. But on occasion digital manipulation is well used. As in the work of say Gursky or Chris Jordan.

The same is true here, Claudia Rogge’s work captures something extra. When all of the individuals are composed into one image. Somehow multiplying the body, becomes like a study of the body and all of its variations. An intricate tapestry of human form. Quite stunning.

View the rest of her portfolio at There are many more stunning images to see.