The Billboard Papers
Grey had never had any use for the camera function of his Nokia 133 before, and was skeptical about the capabilities of its tiny 1.3-megapixel lens. But to his surprise, the same familiar perspective heâd always had when taking photographs was still there; even without a viewfinder, he could make the kinds of pictures he had always loved to make. The limitations of the formatâthe inability to control the aperture stop, focus, or any of the other variables of traditional photography besides framingâproved a thrilling new challenge, which Grey likens to âcollaborating with a power larger than yourself.â Grey spent the next eight months shooting with his phone, and the result isÂ 1.3: Images from My Phone, a collection of slices cut from diverse visual worlds: street art and still life, advertising and architecture, shadows and reflections, natural beauty and urban grit.
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