Sally Mann • Vanity Fair

Sunday, 5 July 2015

“To take a photograph, Sontag writes, ‘is to appropriate the thing photographed’. The appropriation, the stealing without touching, the having a semblance of knowledge, Sontag likens to perversion. It can be seen from this that Sontag believes that everything can be photographed and that, as long as the end result is interesting, nothing else really matters.” Camera Historica

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