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  • SPACE ART

    Dennis Maitland est un jeune photographe américain basé à Detroit. Sa nouvelle série « Life on the Edge » est à couper le souffle! En shootant assis au sommet des bâtiments; la perspective de ses photographies est déformée et l’impact visuel entre la profondeur et la perception est juste stupéfiante !

  • Patricia

    Photographer Dennis Maitland Isn't Afraid of Heights Published: Jan 14, 12 References: dennismaitland and mymodernmet

  • Sarah Wang

    Daring Angle - Dennis Maitland

  • Orlff

    The following photos may induce a feeling of queasiness inside you. A gutsy photographer from Detroit named Dennis Maitland recently started a scary series where he takes photos of himself with his feet dangling off the edge. A noteworthy fact is that he doesn’t use a remote to shoot these photos but takes them all by hand.

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Cool but I wonder how he gets access to these places. "Hi I'm a photographer, Can I take some photos from your roof?"

Daredevil Dennis Maitland, 24, climbs into lift shafts, up former office blocks and over the edge of balconies to snap his incredible photos, looking directly down.

These vertigo-inducing images were taken by Daredevil Dennis Maitland, 24 who scales derelict buildings in Detroit to take astonishing birds-eye shots. He climbs into lift shafts, up former office blocks and over the edge of balconies to snap his incredible photos, looking directly down.

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Photographer Dennis Maitland at his vertigo-inducing 'studio'. (Photos by Dennis Maitland/Caters News)

under the light of the fireworks anything was possible. the huge bursts of light illuminated the grounds for brief snapshots of time and then slowly the light is sucked up. the wide gently sloping lawn beckoned him to move in between the bursts of light. -egr

Unclench your fists, unlock your knees and also the door to your heart, take a deep breath, and begin to swim. Begin to let the waves do their work in you. --Shauna Niequist