The new practices of digitization have made taking a photo anywhere possible and social media such as Instagram and Facebook has made sharing instantaneous. This demands a new understanding of how we perceive photography. How is this new photography affecting us? How is photography today as much a medium of exchange as much a mode of documentation? How did photography change from showing “what-has-been” to “what-is-going-on”? Above all, how are all these changes affecting photography as a form of art, and what makes a passionate photographer that cuts through the clutter? To find out, read this module.
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