Photographs on the Brain

Photographs on the Brain

Edited by Bryan Formhals

The way we relate to imagery is changing. Our new relationship is less about witness, evidence and document and much more about experience, sharing, moment and streaming. The cell phone is a harbinger for something hugely significant.

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