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Photography at Face Value

Images of people are littered all over the Internet and throughout society, for example on social networks, for identification purposes, and to document. Bate (2009, p. 67) summarises these pictures of people as: a shorthand description of a person. In … Continue reading

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Photographic Memory

As with many books about photography, David Bate’s (2009) The Key Concepts of Photography his first chapter addresses the history of photography. Interestingly, Bate (2009, 11) attempts to plot a general history of photography, as opposed to a more specific … Continue reading

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