This anthology offers a fresh approach to the philosophical aspects of photography. The essays, written by contemporary philosophers in a thorough and engaging manner, explore the far-reaching ethical dimensions of photography as it is used today.
A first-of-its-kind anthology exploring the link between the art of photography and the theoretical questions it raises
Written in a thorough and engaging manner
Essayists are all contemporary philosophers who bring with them an exceptional understanding of the broader metaphysical issues pertaining to photography
Takes a fresh look at some familiar issues - photographic truth, objectivity, and realism
Introduces newer issues such as the ethical use of photography or the effect of digital-imaging technology on how we appreciate images