30-Year-Old Photographs Used As Travel Guides
A new photo series revolves around tracing the origins of images from the past
Four years ago, photographer Christian Carollo simply wanted to showcase vintage photographs his grandfather took years ago. However, he found himself coincidentally traveling to the same places his grandpa had taken pictures of. This is when he entertained the idea of replicating his grandfather’s photos in the present day. Named the Past Present Project, the artist uses thirty-year-old photographs as a guide for his own photos.
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