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Benoit Paille's Alternative Landscapes

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Poetic light installations question the reality of landscape 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......read more

Tripping in the Woods with Benoit Paille

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Sumptuous nighttime photos of forests and stars

A quick perusal of these Benoit Paillé's dream-like photos of forests and stars leaves the distinct impression that the Canadian photographer was tripping when he shot them. That impression, cliché though it may be, is correct. The collection is in fact called "LSD," for the appropriate reason that Paillé was on acid when he took the pictures. After dropping,......read more

Benoit Paille: Winter Walk

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French-Canadian photographer finds beauty in the cold season

Benoit Paille has a knack for making run-of-the-mill places on earth seem like strange landscapes from some faraway planet. First we had his eerily lit Alternative Landscapes, then it was his super-saturated skyward shots of forests at night, now we have Winter Walk, a collection of snowy landscape images shot around his home in Quebec after a winter storm. With no retouching, Paille captures the......read more

World Water Day Photo Feature: The Chinese Dust Bowl

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Benoit Aquin's surreal color photographs capture the otherworldly beauty of a land without water.

The Chinese Dust Bowl is an arid 400,000 square mile wasteland representing the largest ever manmade conversion of productive land into desert. It has been called "one of the greatest environmental disasters of our time." Benoit Aquin's eerie, hazy photographs call awareness to "scarce water resources, desertification, and ecological refugees in China" by revealing the devastating effects of......read more

Skitchen

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By Paris-based photographer Benoit Jammes

This is the sort of thing that happens when you leave the kitchen: the fruits and vegetables put on their skates and they use the kitchen as a skate park. This fun series of photos highlights the secret sporting life of food when you're not looking. Benoit Jammes is a conceptual artist and photographer based in Paris. - See more at Faith is Torment....read more

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