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Dusan Stojancevic is a talented photographer and filmmaker based in Belgrade, Serbia. Dusan likes to photograph the world’s major cities and monuments through drops of water. He started capturing cityscapes through the surface of water drops 15 years ago with a photo from his window. Since he hasn’t used Photoshop, that is why there are flaws of sharpness and blurs in the different frames.

Some of the photos are on film, but most of them are digital, but it is a macro photography technique, not a Photoshop, that is why it has flaws in sharpness and a lot of blurs.

– Dusan Stojancevic

Ada Bridge – Belgrade

Ada Bridge – Belgrade

Brooklyn Bridge – NYC

Brooklyn Bridge – NYC

Church of Saint Sava – Belgrade

Church of Saint Sava – Belgrade

Empire State Building, Manhattan – NYC

Empire State Building, Manhattan – NYC

Flatiron Building – NYC

Flatiron Building – NYC

Grand Central Station – NYC

Grand Central Station – NYC

Sagrada Familia – Barcelona

Sagrada Familia – Barcelona

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum – NYC

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum – NYC

T.C. Usce – Belgrade

T.C. Usce – Belgrade

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