Episode 50: This (remixed) Tidbit Tuesday is a little more philosophical in nature as I answer two of our listener questions around photo manipulation - whether that is done in the field or in the digital darkroom. Is there a difference between photo editing and photo manipulation? And if so, where’s the line? Who makes that call? Should you disclose when you have manipulated an image? What are the implications if you do or don’t? Learn how this debate has transpired over the relatively short life of photography as an artform and how it can inform our decisions about how we approach our creative practices with our photography.
In this episode, I discuss:
Brief History of Photography Blog from Not Quite in Focus
Professor Jeff Curto’s lecture, Photo History - Class 12 - The Manipulative Impulse
National Geographic, How We Spot Altered Pictures
NANPA’s Truth in Captioning Statement
Kenneth Brower article in The Atlantic, Photography in the Age of Falsification
University of Washington Magazine, The Call of the Wild Beckons Photographer Art Wolfe
Guy Tal’s book, More Than a Rock
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