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These are the breathtaking roads of New Zealand, photographed by Albert Oriol

Barcelona-based motion designer Albert Oriol has left us gobsmacked with his photographic series ‘New Zealand Roads’, showing us that the land of the long white cloud is far more than what first meets the eye.

Oriol has been getting into photography more over the past year and travelled to New Zealand recently, capturing the country in a whole new light.

In a recent interview with Wander magazine, Oriol had this to say about his motion design talents reflecting in his photography work:

‘I think that being a perfectionist is both a positive trait and a negative one. When I’m working as a motion designer I often find myself going back and editing things that I thought worked well a couple days ago. I find that the same thing happens when I edit my photos and that there is usually little similarity between the first edit and the finished product.

‘Eventually I think that sometimes it’s best to just say “that’s it, I’m done” and to move on to the next project. Otherwise we would never actually finish anything with the excuse of making it better. There’s a limit to how many times you can tweak something while staying productive’.

See more of Albert Oriol’s photography here, on Facebook and Instagram.

Via Fubiz

Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads
Albert Oriol New Zealand roads

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