Check out this interesting article in The Washington Post about how the photographs of the events in Ferguson, MO have helped shape the national dialogue and how photography is used and seen in this age of so many images.

Screen Shot 2014-08-18 at 9.13.35 AM        “A photograph is never sufficiently proportional to truth. The truth — the full story, the context of things — is too large and complicated to be encompassed by any single image. So from Ferguson, Mo., where daily protests have erupted after Saturday’s police shooting of an unarmed African American teenager, we get only photographic data points.” -Philip Kennicott

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