Sydney photographers Anthony Ginns, Markus Andersen and Albion Harrison-Naish present a series of images that reflect the urban experience using black and white photography to tell the harbour city’s stories from three different perspectives. Street and documentary photographer Andersen, who works with film and digital, says, "When shooting documentary or street images, I work somewhat instinctively, photographing elements of light, shadow and subject dancing together in unity within the frame".
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