"But the image was to become much more than a record of a perfect moment. At ILM, Knoll had encountered a cutting-edge piece of hardware known as the Pixar Image Computer, one of the first that could be used to manipulate images. “I thought it was amazing,” he says. “The fact that you could take an image from film, scan it in and turn it into digits and then manipulate those numbers and put it back out on to piece of film – it meant that there was literally no limit to what you could do to it in the middle.”"

Michael Wolf will present his latest series Hong Kong Flora as a book and exhibition on Saturday 17th May at Chai Wan, Hong Kong.

(via Hong Kong Flora – Michael Wolf on Hong Kong vernacular culture | Invisible Ph t grapher Asia (IPA) | 亞洲隱形攝影師)