Much of Christopher Soukup’s work is centred around creating a specific mood – one which depicts a scene somewhere between calm and ominous tension, transporting the viewer from the comfort of their own perspective.
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Credits: 1. All images courtesy of Christopher Soukup.
Posted on 24 September 2018
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