If anyone attended the PhotoPlus Show this past October, they would have had a chance to catch photographer and filmmaker Vincent Laforet discuss his well-publicized AIR project, a series of high altitude photographs of cities around the world.

In this TedX talk, Laforet explores the origin, execution and the images of the AIR project. Interestingly, Laforet explains how these aerial images would not have looked the same even 10 years earlier not simply because of the inevitable urban construction, but advances in LED lighting, which have changed the wavelength of our light pollution.

 

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