Things Photography Changed About How We Remember

Photography is the ultimate tool for capturing our surroundings with a realistic approach. Due to its nature as evidence, it has impacted the way we remember things from our past. From global-scale events to domestic and familiar occurrences, photography has shaped the way we remember things.

Photography Changes History and our Perspective of the Past

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Federico Alegría

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