Dan Wagner, Photography ’80

These photos come from Never Seeing Nothing (Ink Publishing, 2015) [], the 14th book by Dan Wagner, Photography ’80. In 95 photographs taken over five years of constant exploration, the former FIT adjunct captures the humanity of outcasts and the accidental humor of urban alienation. He shoots on black-and- white film with ’60s Rolleiflex cameras, often with vintage flashbulbs for contrast, adjusting the exposure without a light meter.