Reading Photographs – In Our Own Image, by Fred Ritchin

Peter Kennard and Cat Phillips created the image, titled: Photo Op, in 2005. From Fred Ritchin’s book, In Our Own Image, his essay, Reading Photographs, (Ritchin, 2010) discusses the authenticity of a photograph. He asks, …after all that is happening in computer imaging can one safeguard the integrity of the photograph in its populist roleContinue reading “Reading Photographs – In Our Own Image, by Fred Ritchin”

Uses of Photography (1978) by John Berger

Quotations from Uses of Photography by John Berger. “Through photographs, the world becomes a series of unrelated, free-standing particles; and history, past and present, a set of anecdotes and fait divers. The camera makes reality atomic, manageable, and opaque. It is a view of the world which denies interconnectedness, continuity, but which confers on eachContinue reading “Uses of Photography (1978) by John Berger”

Assignment 3 – Different Selves

The greatest journey we make is life, from this odyssey we build our own unique collage that we call identity. “I am multiples of myself.” If I am to ask myself who am I? My true answer would be more complex than simply Shaun Mullins. So who am I? I am a child; I’m youngContinue reading “Assignment 3 – Different Selves”

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