For over two years, Thomas Roma frequented a dog park in Brooklyn, mounting his camera on an 8-foot pole in order to photograph its canine visitors. He chose to focus on the animals’ shadows, which in Plato’s allegory of the cave symbolize misinterpretations of reality. But for Roma, despite their visual distortion, the silhouettes seemed to provide the most accurate…
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- In 1843 painter David Octavius Hill joined engineer Robert Adamson to form Scotland’s first photographic studio. During their brief partnership…
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