The camera is neutral. Without any values or interpreting, it captures what is in front of the lens. But despite the ability to recreate reality as it is, reality through the lens can still be manipulated. By the choice of angle, time of day, light and framing it is possible to decide what the photographer want to show the viewer. The Vista project consists of graphic, simple, colorful images of places all over the world, perceived at a given time by the camera but with Erik Undéhn’s perception and control of the light and angle. It is also presented over 101 pages in his book Vista.