Architecture photographer Eric Dufour‘s entire approach to photography, he claims, can be summed up by a short and simple quote from Anne Geddes—the indispensable bit of wisdom below:

“The hardest thing in photography is to create a simple image.” – Anne Geddes

His style can be described as minimalist, strikingly simple, even 2D at times. Buildings fold in on themselves until they have no depth, stairwells become pieces of art, even doorways and security cameras become points of interest.

His is an account we could (and did) lose track of time browsing. Scroll down to find out why:

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