The work of photographer Paul Robinson will be showcased in an exhibition titled In Camera, running from 23-28 April at The Gallery in Cork Street, London. It is showing for the first time in the UK, after running in Los Angeles. Robinson’s images are built from the in-camera incorporation of architecture, texture and portraits into one frame of film, without digital manipulation. The exhibition will feature I Want More, his first six-exposure image.
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