The Telegraph
Sunday , March 30 , 2014

Ethics of photography

subjects were typecast by occupation washerman, ayah and so on rather than by name. Some, though unwilling, shy or frightened, had little option but to comply. The ethnographic photograph became a part of the colonial apparatus of classification and categorization. ...   | Read..
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