Photographer Uses Public Webcams to Capture Haunting Photos of Italy's Deserted Cities
2 monthes ago - By Peta Pixel
While stuck inside during lockdown, Hungarian photographer Milan Radisics has embarked on a different kind of photo project. Since he can't go out and shoot, he's decided to capture Italy's deserted cities from afar, using public webcams instead of his own camera, and the PrtScn key instead of a shutter button.
He's calling the project “ Italy Paused: 40 Pictures About Quarantine from Quarantine” , and both the location and the number of photos he chose are symbolic. As Radisics explains, the word quarantine actually originated in Italy.
“The practice of quarantine began during the 14th...
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