How to shoot a photographic portrait in the age of contagion?
Proximity is risky. A sealed studio unimaginable. The very form — one person capturing the likeness of another in a shared space — has required an overhaul at a time when we shout at each other from a distance of six feet, surgical masks obscuring our expressions.
Artist Ian Byers-Gamber, however, has found a way to embrace these limitations and make some intriguing photographs in the process.
Since April, the Los Angeles…
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