The manipulated view: Photography as a means of interpretation and manipulation with examples from the Garden Monument Preservation Archive (LDA)
Photography is more than just the result of a technical-optical recording. It is the product of an interpretation process in which the photographer's intention plays a central role. Through various creative means, both before and during the recording, the photographic representation can be constructed according to the respective intention.
In addition, manual retouching enables subsequent manipulations to change the message and effect of the image. Using selected examples, the various forms of subsequent image manipulation are shown and explained. These considerations illustrate the importance of a critical approach to historical images.
Lectures: Dr. des. Ulrike Kohl with an introduction by Dr. Leonie Glabau (LDA)
Organizer: GardenForum Glienicke