Sander du Floo shifted the boundary between traditional and digital photography, with only his camera as a link between his photographic works. His photographs are structured and stored in an image bank. This image bank consists of thousands of photos and is constantly being updated in the search for a perfect consistency between different images. During editing, approximately sixty to two hundred photos are being reviewed. This technique helps to create a collage that results in a surrealistic, photographic work. Thanks to this approach, du Floo literally keeps everything in control, while giving the viewer everything to part with, because of the incorrect representation of reality. Realism and fantasy are often displayed in an urban scene that does not match reality so as to disturb the perception of the outside world.