Tag: On Photography

GUEST BLOG – Betty Ann Jordan on Looking at Photographs with Susan Sontag

GUEST BLOG – Betty Ann Jordan on Looking at Photographs with Susan Sontag

“Like a pair of binoculars with no right or wrong end, the camera makes exotic things near, intimate, and familiar things small, abstract, strange, much farther away.” –Susan Sontag In Susan Sontag’s essay collection On Photography, every sentence is a zinger, and almost every idea a game-changer. Written in a […]

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