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Published on Oct 1, 2010
'Sunshine and Noir' is a book-length series of urban landscapes made in Los Angeles and New York. The LA collection was begun in September 2001, and the New York batch in March of 2002.
(These pictures were shot on medium-format, black-and-white negative stock with a battery of $17 Holga toy cameras. The Holga's many laughable failures are well known and all-encompassing: focus, exposure and parallax are effectively un-controllable, and the plastic lens is always aberrant, cloudy and vignetted. The shutter bounces sometimes, causing partial double-exposures; light-leaks are inevitable but random).