Imago

Analogue and digital photography both rely on a vital input: light. In analogue photography, the information we call light is analogous to the atomic structure resting on the exposed photographic film.  In digital photography, the information we call light is measured for its intensity in the form of digits and those digits are then assigned…

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Representations – “Humbug, I tell you! humbug!”

Much has been said about the concept of representation in the visual arts. I myself, in previous blog posts (see here and here), have attempted to dissociate photography from the concept of representation having being propelled to do so due to the grossly mistaken view that shadowed my thoughts about representation for a very long…

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