Photography and Fiction
Photography itself is supposedly factual and objective. Artwork is anything but that. So, why insist that a photographic project be truthful? Why not photo-fiction? And by that, I don't mean Photoshop distortions of factual pictures, but rather fictional stories that combine image and text — for example, like the work of Wright Morris or Duane Michals?
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