May 28, 2013 Julia Dawidowicz

When photographer David Maisel chooses industry-blemished landscapes to shoot aerially, he considers not only aesthetics — he is partial to the “bizarre or surreal”-looking — but the story behind the location and its relation to photography itself. “I’m teasing apart different aspects of what compromises photography,” Maisel tells Wired UK. “To print photos, we need paper, so I’ve […]

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