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Believing Is Seeing: Observations on the Mysteries of Photography Hardcover – 1 Sep 2011
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There are four sections, each covering a major topic on the implications of photography. And in each section, Morris uses a set of images to demonstrate his point of view.
the intentions of the photographer
what photographs reveal and conceal
captioning, propaganda and fraud, and
photography and memory.
After reading a variety of photographic theory, it is wonderful to have such a skilled practitioner re-examine photography and turn some of the basic interpretations on their head. This is a timely treatise on the nature of photography.
I highly recommend it to any photographer or documentary film director, and anyone else interested in the theory of photography and documentation.
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