A Couple Photographed Each Other All Over The World From Opposite Viewpoints
Creative directors Žužu Gálová and Peter Sedlácik have put a new spin on travel photography with their photo series titled, "Lens Between Us."
Gálová and Sedlácik, who are both from Slovakia, captured snapshots of landmarks, landscapes, shops, and more while aiming their cameras at each other. This allowed them to capture their surroundings from opposite viewpoints.
They have photographed many places so far, including Slovakia, Germany, Hungary, the Czech Republic, Austria, Portugal, and Singapore. The couple recently moved to Australia, so many of their photos are from there as well.
"We've liked every single place we've visited, because each of them has something special," the couple told Business Insider in an email. "But where we would really like to go back to is Berlin. The city is amazing, full of inspiration."
The couple told Business Insider that neither of them have a professional background in photography, but they are both passionate about taking pictures and plan to create more photo projects together in the future.
Slovakia: Komárno, December 26, 2013
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