The Photographic Image in Digital Culture explores the technological transformation of the photographic image. Contributors investigate the relationship of technological change to visual culture; the new discourses of "techno-culture''; medicine's new vision of
the body, and interactive pornography. They also examine the cultural meanings of new surveillance images, shifts in the domestic consumption of images, history and biography; the social uses of video and computer games and the changing role of photography as document and art.
|Publisher:||Taylor & Francis|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.90(d)|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
Table of Contents
1. Introduction: Photography that is everywhere and nowhere Martin Lister 2. The Digital Image in Photographic Culture: Algorithmic photography and the crisis of representation Daniel Rubinstein and Katrina Sluis 3. Curating the Photographic Image in Networked Culture Andrew Dewdney 4. The Digital Condition David Bate 5. The Photographic Image in Digital Archives Nina Lager Vestberg 6. Ambient Intelligent Photography Sarah Kember 7. The Rhetoric of the JPEG Daniel Palmer 8. Drawing without Light Seth Giddings 9. New Media and Vernacular Photography: Revisiting Flickr Susan Murray 10. Beyond the Image Bank: Digital Commercial Photography Paul Frosh 11. Blurring Boundaries: professional and citizen photojournalism in a digital age Stuart Allan