It is now a truism to point out that digital realm gives scope for changing the ‘reality’ of an image in ways that were unimaginable to analogue photographers. The creative aspect of this – creative in a fully positive sense of the word, the polar opposite of ‘fake news’ – is the possibility for a digital photographer to reveal a reality that is always around us but one taken for granted and often unappreciated. The work of Canadian photographer T.M. Glass evokes the still-life flowers paintings of Dutch, French and Italianartists from the 17thand 18thcenturies and her digitally arranged bouquets […]
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