In the field, outside the controlled confines of the studio, a photographer is confronted with a complex web of visual juxtapositions that realign themselves with each step the photographer takes. Take one step and something hidden comes into view; take another and an object in the front now presses up against one in the distance. Take one step and the discription of deep space is clarified; take another and it is obscured.
Dubo, Dubon, Dubonnet, Paris, 1934 by André Kertész
quoted from The Depictive Level: Flatness, The Nature of Photographs by Steven Shore - A Primer. [ Phaidon, 2007, reprint from 2010]
photo from RMN