David Hilliard’s vibrant, multipanel images find a delicate and unique balance between fact and fiction. Combining frames from his four-by-five view camera shot at different times, Hilliard creates composite panoramic images that are seemingly fluid, but instead form a narrative that shifts between time and place
is No Cameras Allowed real or just a faked story to get some money out of kids who believe this is how the music photography business works?
As you can see, nearly everyone who visited my site came for the original image, maybe scrolled once or twice through others in that set, then left. The shop page didn’t even make it into the top ten most-visited
I don’t want to talk about iconic photos. It’s too easy to distance oneself by turning the photo into an object. Of course, that’s unavoidable here in our daily exploration of the role and the meaning of pictures in our visual culture and our visual media. Just not this time.
This week on #LightBoxFF, TIME spoke with Lauren Decicca (@deciccaphoto) and Andre Malerba (@amcaptures), who are currently in Guatamala attending the 2014 Foundry Photojournalism Workshops. They plan to revisit Burma this fall to continue their collaborative documentation of the country via Instagram.
The other two American citizens detained with them work as freelance photojournalists. Officials have not yet identified them by name.