Negative print: the clear view The sky at night is black because it’s night. Obvious. You don’t need to be a scientist to know this. A dark background with white dots or bright spots are automatically associated with the night sky and stars on a black background. Be careful. This isn’t always the case. Joan Fontcuberta’s photo series...
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