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Digital Snaps By Jonas Larsen

Digital Snaps by Jonas Larsen

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Summary

Expert contributors representing varied disciplines demonstrate how and to what extent the traditional social practices, technologies and images of analogue photography are being transformed with the movement to digital photography.

Digital Snaps Summary

Digital Snaps: The New Face of Photography by Jonas Larsen

Photography as an everyday practice is once again changing dramatically. At this moment of transition from analogue to digital, Digital Snaps aims to develop a new media ecology that can accommodate these changes to photography 'as we know it'. Expert contributors representing varied disciplines demonstrate how and to what extent the traditional social practices, technologies and images of analogue photography are being transformed with the movement to digital photography. They zoom in on typical, vernacular, everyday practices: the development of the family photo album from a physical object in the living room to a digital practice on the Internet; the use of mobile phones in everyday life; photo communities on the Internet; photo booth photography; studio photography; and fine arts' appropriation of amateur photography. They explore how this media convergence transforms the media ecology - the networks, objects, performances, meanings and circulations - of vernacular photography, as we research it through ordinary people's use of such new cameras and interactive Internet spaces as part of their everyday lives.

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'Comprehensive and provocative, Digital Snaps measures the shift in the photograph's status from a static documentary record of a past moment to a ubiquitous mode of immediate communication that allows us to perform versions of ourselves for a vast new public. If you want to understand photography today, you must read this book.' Geoffrey Batchen, Professor of Art History, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand

About Jonas Larsen

Jonas Larsen is Associate Professor, ENSPAC, Roskilde University, Denmark. He is co-author of Performing Tourist Places: Mobilities, Networks, Geographies and The Tourist Gaze 3.0.Mette Sandbye is Head of the Department of Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Copenhagen. She is co-editor of Symbolic Imprints: Photography and Visual Culture.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1. Jonas Larsen and Mette Sandbye: Introduction: The New Face of SnapshotPhotographySECTION 1Images on Web 2.0 and the Camera PhoneCHAPTER 2. Martin Lister: Overlooking, Rarely Looking, and Not LookingCHAPTER 3 Jonas Larsen: The (Im)Mobile Life of Digital photographs: The Case of Tourist PhotographyCHAPTER 4 Mikko Villi: Distance as the New PunctumSECTION 2 Family Albums in TransitionCHAPTER 5 Gillian Rose: How Digital Technologies Do Family snaps, Only BetterCHAPTER 6 Joanne Garde-Hansen: Friendship Photography: Memory, Mobility and Social NetworkingCHAPTER 7 Mette Sandbye: Play, Process and Materiality in Japanese Purikura PhotographyCHAPTER 8 Sigrid Lien: 'Buying an Instrument Does Not Necessarily Make You a Musician':Studio Photography and the Digital RevolutionSECTION 3 New Public FormsCHAPTER 9 Anne Jerslev and Mette Mortensen: Paparazzi Photography, Seriality and the Digital Photo ArchiveCHAPTER 10 Tanya Sheehan: Retouch Yourself: The Pleasures and Politics of Digital Cosmetic SurgeryCHAPTER 11 Louise Wolthers: Virtual Selves: Art and Digital Autobiography CHAPTER 12 Michael Shanks and Connie Svabo: Mobile Media Photography: New Modes of EngagementLIST OF CONTRIBUTORS

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GOR007393062
9781780763323
1780763328
Digital Snaps: The New Face of Photography by Jonas Larsen
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
2013-12-19
288
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