Christophe Guye Gallery presents through October 24th, 2015, ‘Roids!, a selection of Polaroids by Albert Watson. He started using Polaroid on the back of his Hasselblad in 1972, and in 1984, on the back of his 4×5 Horseman view camera. Since he began, he has taken more than 100,000 Polaroids for a vast array of shoots: for art projects, magazines, ad campaigns and everything in between. Polaroids, especially in the beginning, were simply a way to make sure the camera systems were operating properly and the lighting matched my vision for the photograph. As time went on, Polaroids became more...
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