Looking at Pierre de Fenoÿl’s landscape photographs is unsettling and enchanting while being strangely familiar. That’s one of the photographer’s great feats. Through the repeated and ever-changing precision of his framing, his perspectives, his mastery of light, his use of clouds resisting the oblivion of air like the grains in the film that distributes the crescendoing contrasts, he leaves his mark on the landscape.
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