Twice a year, the magazine Réponses Photo publishes a special edition on a specific theme. This year, the 16h edition currently on newsstands, asks the question: “Where does photography end?” The editors attempt to redefine the limits of photography. It’s a difficult question to answer without first figuring out where photography begins. With digital photography, it’s now easier than ever to take a picture. But just because one takes pictures doesn’t make one a photographer.
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