The pro’s and con’s of “seeing is believing”

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in Blog, Featured, Media

The pro’s and con’s of “seeing is believing”

According to the collective knowledge of Wikipedia, the idiom “seeing is believing” was first recorded in 1639, which means it had likely been in use for some time prior to that date. The simple explanation of this expression is that things you can see are “truer” or more “real” than those you cannot. But when it comes to photographs we should be very, very careful about what, or even more importantly why, we see something as true or real. (Above: Jeff Gardner –...

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The Power of Photography

Posted by on Jun 7, 2016 in Media, Photgraphic Impact

The Power of Photography

  Photography is a way of communicating, a way of feeling and connecting. I recently got to spend some time with my good friend Sheila Liaugminas on her wonderful program A Closer Look talking about (conversation begins at 30:46) a photograph of a little girl from Africa. Have a listen, spend some time with the image, and tell me what it says to...

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