A Backlash Against Digital Photography?

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When anyone can snap a selfie or Photoshop out a problem, the imperfect world of analogue photography has a strange appeal.

Victorian photographer Julia Margaret Cameron (1815–79) always knew there was something to be said for the errors inherent in analogue photography.

Cameron, whose work is explored in an exhibition opening this week at the Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), embraced imperfection, leaving fingerprints, streak marks and swirls of collodion (emulsion) on her negatives.

…the shows beg the question whether the international curatorium is swinging back in a renewed look at photography’s history, celebrating the analogue in the deluge of digital.

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