Sebran d’Argent, a young Parisian photographer, takes splendid pictures on paper that is no longer available today. He traveled across Asia with a wooden camera of his own design, using film recovered from the Red Army’s stocks. The negatives were used by spy planes to take pictures from an altitude of 10,000 meters. It gives the images an extraordinary texture.
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