Rainy Day or Oil Painting? Rain Covered Camera Lens Creates Painterly Images
Take a closer look at these images and you’ll see them transform from what looks like oil paintings to photographs of rainy days. St. Petersburg-based photographer Eduard Gordeev captured day and night cityscape scenes in the rain, where droplets on the camera lens made the pictures look painterly. His unique images brilliantly showcase several recognizable Russian landmarks in the gloomy, dim lighting from rain clouds and dark skies. It’s fascinating how raindrops can make a photograph look like an impressionist oil paining.