Wildlife photographer Alex Hyde uses his years of scientific training in biology photograph camouflaged creatures. He is trying to provide insight to people about the problems animals have that have to depend on camouflage to survive.
On the streets of New York, artist Kenny Scharf took a paintbrush and painted over the body and face of famous Chinese artist Liu Bolin in order to match his mural. Bolin is known for doing this type of transparent or camouflage art. Once they completed the transformation it was hard to see a human standing in front of the mural.
These photos show a day in the life of a sniper. They certainly don’t have it easy. Some of them are so well camouflaged it is difficult to tell that they are even there. It is also clearly obvious that they are serious, dead serious.