Depth of field: essays on photography, mass media, and lens culture
Collection of essays touching on the perils & ideologically driven historianship; the effect of computerization on photography & art education; the transformative impact of the lens on Western culture & the ethical issues raised by street photography.
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THE DESTRUCTION BUSINESS
DOCUMENTARY PHOTOJOURNALISM AND PRESS
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