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#Inframunk Collection Vs Iceland Series

#Inframunk Collection Vs Iceland Series

It's that time of the year where I am seeing so many of my friends traveling to Iceland, it's indeed a beautiful destination! It's a stunning country and we love it as well on ABDZ. One thing though, we are starting to get used to see the same photos from the same locations, sometimes it might get pretty exasperating. For me the least, how about we change the atmosphere a little? Let's take a look at our friend GMUNK with his #inframunk collection shot entirely in Iceland! In their words, "captured the terrain using his custom modified Full-Spectrum FujiFilm X-T2 IR, a grip of LifePixel Super-Color Infrared Filters and some Vintage Nikon Manual Focus lenses – together producing some fiercely psychedelic and experimental palettes". During the Summer of 2017, Munko embarked on an ultra-inspiring Photography Adventure through the amazing country of Iceland, traveling with his homies from the PhoGølscollective – Jake Sargeant and James Heredia. Together they spent 11 days exploring various sites from all over the island, pushing themselves to keep it dialed and produce results they could be proud of. Links Learn more about GMUNK Follow GMUNK on Behance Buy print on CinaArt.com Photography

Exceptional Work of GMUNK for Disney's Tron Legacy

Here at Abduzeedo, we never get tired of light effects, neons, glow and stuff from the 80's! This is a great example all those things put together by GMUNK for the Disney's movie Tron Legacy. GMUNK and his team, did a fantastic work recreating the past atmosphere of Tron and by also adding some new elements from our modern times. For more information about GMUNK, you can visit Work.Gmunk.com or simply follow him on Twitter @gmunk . click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video click on the image for direct link to the video