May 14, 2008

Frédéric Delangle


Sometimes all it takes is a slight shift in perspective to make an ordinary photograph extraordinary.

If you have ever been to Ahmedabad in India you know it's characterized by it's crazy chaotic street life. It's a dense warren of a city, home to 5.6 million people, that has been around since the 11th century, so to see it empty is something. Frederic Delangle made a series of photos of Ahmedabad at night which exposes the city beyond the people. (via one of my favorite photography blogs, Hippolyte Bard)

posted at 04:26 PM by raul

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05/19/08 05:46 AM

I've lived 2 years in Istanbul, city of around 14 million and I wish I had thought to do this. Thanks for posting it.

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