Before he started with photography professionally, Milstein was an architect. He influences how to interprets the landscape. When he embarks on a flight with some vague idea of what he wants to shoot, his architect eyes capture shapes, recurring motifs, and patterns. He uses digital cameras and angles them straight down. “I thought of calling this a ‘plan’ view, because the images look like architectural plans, ” he told fastcodesign.
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Milstein has released these photographs of New York City and Los Angeles as part of a his LANY exhibition. LANY is at the Benrubi Gallery, New York, from 9 July to 22 August, and the Kopeikin Gallery, Los Angeles, from 18 July to 22 August
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