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Tate: Photography Decoded Susan Bright

Tate: Photography Decoded By Susan Bright

Tate: Photography Decoded by Susan Bright

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This book gives you the tools you need to understand photography in all its forms.

Tate: Photography Decoded Summary

Tate: Photography Decoded by Susan Bright

Is it real?
What do I remember?
How can you tell a story?
Can lying be OK?
What goes where?
Why is it famous?
What makes it problematic?
Who do you think you are?
Stealing or borrowing?
Public or private?

These ten questions launch a thought-provoking investigation into what is really going on when you look at a photograph. Peeling back the layers of everything from the earliest daguerreotypes to your latest selfie, you will discover where to find meaning in an image, and the ways in which the photographer, our current culture, and you yourself all collaborate in the creation of that meaning.

About Susan Bright

Susan Bright (Author)
Susan Bright has contributed to numerous publications and is the author of Auto Focus: The Self-Portrait in Contemporary Photography and Art Photography Now.

Hedy Van Erp (Author)
Hedy Van Erp is a photo historian and writer. She has been curator at a host of leading institutions, including ICON and the Dutch National Portrait Gallery. She founded the first photo agency dedicated to art photography.

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Tate: Photography Decoded by Susan Bright
Octopus Publishing Group
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