Link: The Online Photographer: When Reality Isn’t Enough

The second issue is that photographs are evidence of true things in the world—not proof, but evidence—and making them into false statements when it’s not clear to others that that’s what you’re doing essentially falsifies their inherent evidentiary value. (That no one cares might be true, but doesn’t change the fact.)

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