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Craig Alexander photographs cityscapes and skylines with a modern camera, but primarily uses vintage film lenses, which capture fine detail even at great distances.
95% of Alexander’s work uses “long exposure”, rendering static objects razor-sharp, but anything in the slightest motion appearing as a soft, creamy blur. The resulting contrast within the same image is a hallmark of Alexander’s unique style.
His best known piece, Wires on the Brooklyn Bridge, 2013, exclusively employs