Silhouette Against Mysterious and Foreboding Landscapes by Nicolas Bouvier The French art director and concept designer is a master of teasing unusual scenes from breathtaking landscapes around the coast of Washington. By placing himself in foggy atmospheres and shooting against the sun, his photography turns passersby (and often images of his own children) into anonymous silhouettes. Bouvier carries only a smaller and relatively inexpensive point-and-shoot Panasonic ZS40 or a Leica XVario, preferring xrgonomy, simplicity, and design over more elaborate setups. You can explore more of his recent work on Flickr. Subscribe to Visualounge newsletter ;) we do not spam, sent once in a while Please leave this field empty Check your inbox or spam folder now to confirm your subscription.