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Reading Photography: Week 2 Darkrooms and Photoshop
06:00 on 30 May 2018
How have changes in technology affected the way photography is experienced and understood, and how have these things changed the coordinates of our communication?
Delivered in 6 parts David Grinly leads us through a programme of evening discussions responding to a lecture on the Nature of Photography now.
Pick and choose what sessions to join or come along to all 6.
£10 each or £50 for 6.
Week Two – Darkrooms and Photoshop.
How does image manipulation work? How has it worked in the past and how does it work now? In what way might we consider “manipulation” as inherent in the nature of photography and what does this mean for decisions and judgements made on the basis of photographs? Are there ethical links between our new dark age of fake news and the inherent falsity of the photographic?