What's also interesting is that Johansson views his work as photography, but takes a view on the artform that many professionals will doubtless disagree with. His idea that traditional photography ends with the shutter snap, and that it's just a matter of being in the right place at the right time and that "anyone can do that" will doubtless raise some ire from many of our readers. Taking it even further, I'd say there's an argument that what he does isn't, strictly speaking, photography. While taking photos is definitely a part of it, I'd suggest the artfulness is more in the planning and blending stages, making him more akin to a digital or collage artist than anything else. I'm not trying to minimize his skill behind the lens — which is incredible, as evidenced by how perfectly his photos match — but I think the real magic happens at a computer.