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Contents
Introduction
995.01   Introduction to photographic trends
The end of commercial analog photography
995.02   The end of commercial analog photography
995.03   Robert Burley: The Disappearance of Darkness - Photography at the End of the Analogue Era
995.04   John Cyr: Developer Trays
The rise of digital photography
995.05   The rise of digital photography
The rise of photography departments within museums and art galleries
995.06   A history of photographic galleries
Museums
995.07   Museums and photography
995.08   Museums and the amateur
Challenges to professional photography
995.09   Reasons Why Professional Photographers Cannot Work for Free
Stock photography
995.10   Challenges to stock photography
Facial recognition
995.11   Facial recognition and historical photographs
The New Pictorialism
995.12   Examples of the New Pictorialism
The fragmentation of genre
995.13   The fragmentation of genre
995.14   Photographic genres and intention
Aesthetics and photography
995.15   The aesthetics of conflict
Disjunctions
995.16   Temporal disjunctions
995.17   Technical disjunctions
995.18   Periods, styles, movements and disjunctions
Gradations of content
995.19   Observation, intervention and creation
Non-canonical photography
995.20   Non-canonical photography
Series
995.21   The tyranny of series, typologies and editions
The ubiquitous camera
995.22   Ubiquitous Photography
995.23   The contemporary street and surveillance
995.24   Trevor Paglen: Aerial photographs of US government agencies (2014)
995.25   Drone-borne photography
The quest for novelty
995.26   The continual quest for novelty
995.27   Intentions and motivations
 
  
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