The Italian photographer Domenico Masiello has been creating another reality from the reality with his digitally edited B&W photos. He usually takes out architecture landmarks and makes them extremely three-dimensional. By doing so, he gives them different emotional connections than what we used to have with those monuments. His photos transport us to another time, another place, another reality.
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