What do you see when you see a photograph? You see a moment, you see light, you see dark, you see the one holding down the shutter just as much as you see the one in the frame. The nature of a photograph is as mystifying as life itself.
Anatomy of a photograph is a project to answer the question I find myself asking on repeat: What do we see when we see a photo?
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P.S. I'm Abigail, the mercurial brain behind this project. I'm a photographer and visual journalist based in Orlando. You can find out more about me on my website, and you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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