ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Framed, Digitally Yours

The power of photography—newfangled digital or old-world film—lies in its ability to remind us of the past as well as to capture the quotidian commute of everyday life.

Picture perfect, goes the saying.

Undoubtedly, this sentence is connected to the experience of photography. Armed with a camera, one would look for the perfect subject, the perfect face, the perfect figure, the perfect pose, the perfect landscape or object of beauty, and so on and so forth. Whether the so-called perfection is related more to recording or to intervention—to hark back to Susan Sontag’s On Photography—must be subjective in these times of split-second digital showcasing.

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