by George Nacpil . October 27th, 2014
Christopher McKenney is a conceptual photographer from Pennsylvania specializing in horror surrealist photography. Christopher’s first concept involved going in the woods and taking photos of a sheet blanket, chair, and a frame. Eventually, he took his concept one step further by using Photoshop to remove parts of his subjects out of the picture — leaving you with floating heads, among other things. His photos will inspire you, especially those photographers who also into horror films. The colors and concepts are rich in creepiness; leaving you with a feeling that will scare the hell out of you.
“I like taking away identity when photographing and to leave people thinking. I only make the photos I do to express myself and what other people see or think is up to them, as long as I make them feel anything, I’m OK with that.” — Christopher McKenney
Since Halloween is coming, I would like to present to you Christopher Mckenney’s beautifully made disturbing photos.
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