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Benoit Paille's Alternative Landscapes

  • Posted by SHFT on July 24, 2012 in Art
  • Alternative Landscapes is a captivating installation project from Canadian photographer Benoit Paille, who uses an interesting lighting method involving a suspended illuminated square to create his own version of landscape photography.

    Paille explains: "This is a photography of light installation (real light, real square 1×1 meter) I set in nature or where during the night you have usually no lighting, I try to redefine the space/landscape for my own purpose: create a poetic space/time moment. And questioning the reality of what is a landscape."

    Check out more from the series on Flickr.

    (via Colossal)





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