“Reading the space as an entity – Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan, Italy” by Germen

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    Reading the space as an entity - Galleria Vittorio Emanuele, Milan, Italy



    No matter how wide of a lens you use, the perception area in a regular one-shot single photo is limited with the particular instance of the spatial sphere around you. On the contrary, when you photograph multiple images and stitch them together in order to widen the perception area, you obtain an entity that brings multiple instances of a particular sphere / world together in one image: A world that cannot be seen to the naked eye at one instance of time, an augmented perception…


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