In this essay, American author Jordan Teicher reviews the scandals that recently affected several fashion photographers and discusses their importance in the history of photography. That a camera can be used to objectify and control people has been a widely accepted fact since essayist Susan Sontag published her 1973 polemic, On Photography. “To photograph someone is a sublimated murder, just as the...
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