Ian Plant’s landscapes aren’t abstracts and they aren’t entirely literal. Plant uses uniquely photographic techniques and tools to transform the scene, and his images end up going far beyond a documentary shot.
By William Sawalich / Photography By Ian Plant
Published October 6, 2009 Updated July 1, 2016
Photographer Ian Plant challenges many of the conventional notions that define landscape photography.
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