Editing, scale and context can dramatically change the way we view and experience photographs. The book form – one of the oldest ways of disseminating images – allows the photographer to determine the sequencing of her or his work and creates an intimate one-to-one relationship with the viewer. The gallery wall opens up endless possibilities in terms of size, scale, display and interaction with the work. The Internet can circulate images to far larger and wider audiences but can also restrict its viewers to looking at work on a small, plastic screen. What do you think is the best way to view photography and might there even be other possibilities?
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