Philadelphia Hybrid Photography

 
 
 

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Eric Nagy

Philadelphia Hybrid Photography

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Have you ever walked around town and seen one of those bronze boot scrapers next to old steps? Or one of those leftover marble blocks that were used to help people mount their horse? Or how about just walk down the street looking at buildings from the second floor up so you could appreciate the original unchanged architecture? Every time I walk the streets of Philadelphia I can't help but wonder what it was like to walk these streets 100 years ago.

Philadelphia Hybrid Photography is my time machine. I find historic photographs and digitally merge them with photos I've taken from the exact same location the original photographer stood. It's a different take on the before and after concept. Merging the past with the present in photos is the closest I can get to going back in time.

Please keep checking back, I'm frequently putting up new prints!

 

New Upload by Eric Nagy

 

Mummers at City Hall by Eric Nagy

 

South Broad Newsstand by Eric Nagy

 

Broad and Locust by Eric Nagy

 

Boat House Row by Eric Nagy

 

Broad Street Water Pipe by Eric Nagy

 

John Barry Statue by Eric Nagy

 

Betsy Ross House by Eric Nagy

 

Fairmount Water Works II by Eric Nagy

 

The Metropolitan Opera House by Eric Nagy

 

The Merchants Exchange by Eric Nagy

 

Kelly Drive Rock Tunnel by Eric Nagy

 

Mobilizing Marines by Eric Nagy

 

Marine Barracks by Eric Nagy

 

University of Pennsylvania Law Department by Eric Nagy

 

University of Pennsylvania Walk by Eric Nagy

 

Marine Barracks II by Eric Nagy

 

Danger Steam Roller Work by Eric Nagy

 

Class of 1893 Memorial Gate by Eric Nagy

 

Navy Yard Marines by Eric Nagy

 

The Penn Library by Eric Nagy

 

Weccacoe Engine Company by Eric Nagy

 

Delaware Avenue by Eric Nagy

 

Academy of the Fine Arts by Eric Nagy

 

Snellenburg's by Eric Nagy