Ben Heine – Pencil Vs Camera Part 2

Last year we featured Ben Heine, a talented artist/photographer from Belgium, and his Pencil Vs Camera series. Since then, he’s released many more of these great pieces of work, so we’ve put together a part 2 for everyone to enjoy.

You can check out more of Ben’s work on his Facebook page and website.

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

pencil vs camera

Images by Ben Heine © 2012

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  1. Gavin Baker

    Very cool

    • vijayalakshmi

      it is mind glowing. we very interesting. I feel very happy and excited and happy to see this drawings. Very excellent. I become a great fan of you. I realised that how much talent that man has.
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      viji

  2. Poppy Said

    Great job! I’m an amateur and a big fan :)

  3. reena rawat

    Its really amazing. I really like that. You are brillient .Keep doing.

  4. D.MURALIDHARAN

    very nice concept, i just loved it, great work

  5. Betsy Hansen

    This is very interesting. It’s a great idea and works out so well! Would love to see more!

  6. Arnab

    Lovely concept. Will Try this out for sure

  7. DebbyBruck

    Dear Nate – Fantastic collection of photographs by Ben Heine. We see Ben’s mind churning to develop an imaginary scene within a color photograph. Do we dream in color or in black and white? The renderings of these pencil drawings blend seamlessly, tricking our eyes into his world. I loved many of these, but especially the fisherman catching the little fish within the scaled larger and larger fish. The expansive ocean, curved horizon and clouds develop the atmosphere of the great catch! Loved it. Blessings, Debby

  8. شراره

    It was so beautiful. Thank you.

    خیلی زیبا بود. ممنون.

  9. Glenn Conant

    Unbelievable ideas and use of photoshop!!

  10. Julius

    ,one of the biggest idea I’ve ever see…

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