The manipulation of photographic images discussed in "The Tradition: Fact and Fiction" by Robert Coles
In his essay "The Tradition: Fact and Fiction" Robert Coles discussed the works of two photographers, Jane Lange and Walker Evans, examining the process of producing their pictures and the artistic decisions they made, the meaning they wanted to convey and the history of their photographs.
Coles pitches on two of Lange's famous photographs. The first, the image of the "migrant mother," depicts a poor woman and her two children, dressed in rags and holding tight. The mother has a tired and apprehensive look on her once beautiful face and the children have hidden their faces behind her shoul…
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- The manipulation of photographic images discussed in "The Tradition: Fact and Fiction" by Robert Coles
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