I must admit that I'm not exactly into photography. It just doesn't do anything to me. No, perhaps there are exceptions, like those that are architecturally inclined, or those painted photographs by John Armstrong and Paul Collins. Armstrong and Collins, living in Toronto and Paris respectively, have been practising their collaborative creativity for more than a decade. Distance doesn't seem to invade the space between them. In fact, their painted photographs, with juxtaposed gemoetric patterns, seem to create space by introducing additional dimensions.
Armstrong and Collins at General Hardware Contemporary, Toronto 2012: