One of my metamorphosis images here today. For those of you who aren't familiar with this process, these images are the composition of hundreds and sometimes thousands of 4:1 macro photos of butterfly wings.
This particular composition required more than 1400 shots of a small section of the lower wing of Madagascar's sunset moth, the most colorful insect in the world. By expanding and contracting individual photos, rotating, mirroring, and cloning them, I create a symmetrical design and a form of art entirely unique to me. These images have been featured in The Guardian and also by the Royal Photographic Society. They represent my love of butterflies and a determination to discover and create.
There is no artificial color, no imported designs, and no "drawing" done on these. What you see is entirely made up of real photographs.