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Digital Photography and Everyday Life by Asko Lehmuskallio, Edgar Gómez Cruz

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13 ‘Analogization’

 

 

 

A long way into the digital era we can, today, start looking back at the debate that has defined our engagement with digital images from a critical distance. This field has been characterized by a certain degree of polarization; on one level we have witnessed celebrations of ‘digital utopia’ (Rosen 2001, p. 318) where the ever-growing number of images circulating on the net, combined with the bare fact that more and more individuals in the world are actively engaging with images, have been interpreted as signs of a move towards a brighter, more democratic future. Indeed, it is easy to get blinded by the mathematics ...

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