Wee planets: the 3D photography of Alexandre Duret-Lutz

It’s no secret that I love a good photograph, so it’s not surprising that I find myself drawn to the amazing images of Alexandre Duret-Lutz. The Telegraph is currently featuring a gallery of his photographs of Paris — but unlike the usual two-dimensional shots of the Eiffel tower seen on Parisian post cards everywhere, Mr. Duret-Lutz’s images are three-dimensional: he takes up to 100 exposures, and then “stitches” them together using post-camera processing software to make mini “planets” — usually with one recognizable landmark in each shot.

The Telegraph’s gallery of his work is definitely worth perusing — really stunning stuff.

And on that note, I think I’ll just leave now to see if my local library has a copy of Photoshop for Dummies.

Just sayin’.