237.130 Week 7 TASK 1 – Audiences Making Meaning

The myth of the photographic truth is that photographs are always inherently and undeniably truthful. But the production of a photograph in itself is influenced by the worldview of the photographer. As well as this, photographs are and always have been easily doctored, especially digital photographs. So when analysing photographs it is important to remember that they are not always the undeniable truth, and that they only say what the photographer wanted them to.


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