Inviting and surreal photography from Benoit Paillé via creative boom:
In his series Mexico Surreal, Quebec photographer Benoit Paillé experiments with just coloured gels and flash to produce the most eclectic documentation of the country and its people, as well as the exploitation of mass tourism.
Avoiding extensive digital retouching, and using only Lightroom for development – Benoit’s editing facilities are limited due to his current living situation – he’s spent the past three years being on the road, living in a small camper van that’s wired with its own solar panel.
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