Many young photographers experiment with the effects of light on objects, spaces, and faces, in order to tame them. But few do it with a determination that, with a violent flash shot and the choice of unconventional angles, destabilizes some tiny trinket, making us uncertain of its scale because of the impressive size of its shadow.
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