Yesterday's art program 'Avro's kunstuur' (of which could be several if it was up to me) had an item about Ruud van Empel and his digital photo collages. He cuts, glues and manipulates to create new images and surroundings in an astonishing way.
His photo's may look quite realistic, but what they represent has in fact never existed.
They are creations, subtly and meticulously composed by combining as many as 100 images into a single scene and almost too perfect to be true, every detail, every color is sublimated.
When looking closer, you'll find that all that perfect scenery really has an unreal and indefinable content.