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shooting“There’s a long and shared history of architecture and photography,” says Elias Redstone. He would know, because he’s spent the past few years compiling his book, Shooting Space: Architecture in Contemporary Photography. Today, architecture photography is most often seen in the context of glitzy marketing, for new museums and event spaces, or maybe to attract tenants to new residential towers. But as Redstone sees it, there’s a more critical relationship between the two disciplines than that. Whether or not it’s a celebratory relationship or a ruinous one depends on exactly whose side of that particular history you’re on. At Wired