Digital photography and the question of realism

@article{Bardis2004DigitalPA,
  title={Digital photography and the question of realism},
  author={Dr. Antonia Bardis},
  journal={Journal of Visual Art Practice},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={209 - 218}
}
Abstract Throughout the course of history, we have come to trust the photograph more than any other kind of image as faithfully documenting the reality of the material world. We have relied on it to describe places, to prove things existed, and to recall the memorable. This confidence we have warranted in photographs, however, seems to be irrecoverably shattered by the emergence of new digital technologies. The rapid changes brought to contemporary image culture have generated much alarm… 
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