This is no ordinary photography exhibit. Westover School's photography instructor and Gallery Director Michael Gallagher, who's helped broaden the horizons of Westover's students for nearly 30 years, displays his photos from his trip to China. But instead of capturing a single moment, Gallagher uses 25 to 75 unique digital negatives taken from various perspectives to create composite photos that more accurately represent our view of the world. The exhibit, entitled Composite Prints, Polyocular Unities, is on view through Dec. 31 in the school's Schumacher Gallery.
Composite Prints, Polyocular Unities, through Dec. 31, Westover School, 1237 Whittemore Road, Middlebury, (203) 758-2423, westoverschool.org.Copyright © 2014, Los Angeles Times