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Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop

Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop

New York Book Show, Merit Award, Special Trade - Photography Category (2013);
Amazon list of Books of the Year / Art and Photography (2012)
Printed in Italy
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Photographic manipulation is a familiar phenomenon in the digital era. What will come as a revelation to readers of this captivating, wide-ranging book is that nearly every type of manipulation we associate with Adobes now-ubiquitous Photoshop software was also part of photography's pre-digital repertoire, from slimming waistlines and smoothing away wrinkles to adding people to (or removing them from) pictures, not to mention fabricating events that never took place. Indeed, the desire and determination to modify the camera image are as old as photography itself—only the methods have changed.

By tracing the history of manipulated photography from the earliest days of the medium to the release of Photoshop 1.0 in 1990, Mia Fineman offers a corrective to the dominant narrative of photography's development, in which champions of photographic "purity," such as Paul Strand, Edward Weston, and Henri Cartier-Bresson, get all the glory, while devotees of manipulation, including Henry Peach Robinson, Edward Steichen, and John Heartfield, are treated as conspicuous anomalies. Among the techniques discussed on these pages—abundantly illustrated with works from an international array of public and private collections—are multiple exposure, combination printing, photomontage, composite portraiture, overpainting, hand coloring, and retouching. The resulting images are as diverse in style and motivation as they are in technique. Taking her argument beyond fine art into the realms of politics, journalism, fashion, entertainment, and advertising, Fineman demonstrates that the old adage "the camera does not lie" is one of photography's great fictions.
Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art: Faking It: Manipulated Photography before Photoshop

Contents
Director's Foreword
Sponsor's Statement
Acknowledgments
Lenders to the Exhibition
Note to the Reader

Introduction
1. Picture Perfect
2. Artifice in the Name of Art
3. Politics and Persuasion
4. Novelties and Amusements
5. Pictures in Print
6. Mind's Eye
7. Protoshop

Discussion of Individual Works

Notes
Selected Bibliography
Glossary of Technical Terms
Index
Photograph Credits

ISBN: 9780300185010
Publish: 2020.04
Author: Mia Fineman
Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Language:English
Cover: Hardcover
Page: 296
Size: 27.7 x 24.9 x 2.8 cm

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