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Pinhole Photography

I am in the process of researching the history of Pinhole photography. It all started when Chinese writers discovered that light travels in straight lines. After this discovery, a Chinese philosopher called Mo Ti was the first person ever to record the formation of an inverted image using a screen. This was done back in […]

Visited photography exhibitions in London

Signs of a Struggle: Photography in the Wake of Postmodernism at the V&A This was somewhat a mixed-reaction exhibition. It was all about postmodernism and the way the photos depicted signs of this. The photos ranged from the 70s to the present day and were mainly created by artists associated with postmodernism. You could see […]