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No One Wants A Photographer Near Them Right Now, So Here's What They're Doing Instead

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It's a hard time for, well, basically everyone right now. As organizations pivot their business models to adjust to a changing, coronavirus-related reality, artists are also trying to refocus.

Photographers are getting particularly crafty as they attempt to document their subjects and the world around them during this dramatic moment in time.

But photography is a profession that often requires getting into people's personal spaces and faces, which is off limits right now. So they've taken to the windows.

The result is a growing body of work that comes pre-framed, so to speak.

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We talked to some photographers who walked us through their new processes — and shared some of their images.

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