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An examination of technological evolutions of the camera, from camera obscura to digital. The invention of the Kodak hand held camera allowed the human-nature relationship to be presented in a new way. The differences between the landscape photographs of Watkins, Lumholtz, and Griffiths’, illustrates that if employed responsibly to tell stories, photographic technology can be used as a powerful tool to blur the perceived distinction between humans and non-human nature. Blurring the distinction would allow humans to take greater responsibility for how the environment is treate
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1 pdf file with 3 separate articles within it
Yudkin, Jacob, "From Camera Obscura to Digital: How did the Kodak Camera Alter How Humans Portray Their Relation to the Environment?" (2017). Standard Theses. 131.
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