'WHAT HUNDREDS OF FILTERS DO TO CLASSIC LANDSCAPE PHOTOS' by Jakob Schiller in WIRED

"Penelope Umbrico’s work is to classical photography as hip hop is to soul, blues and jazz music: a giant remix.

It starts with her using an iPhone to take photos of classic images of mountains shot by the likes of Henry Cartier-Bresson and Edward Weston. Next, she chooses from the many photography apps on her iPhone and runs her photos through almost every filter. She’ll process her photos several hundred times. From 19 original photos, she’s created 6,000 images for Range."

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