Photomediations in Danish language

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Photomediations: An Open Book is the major outcome of Open and Hybrid Publishing Pilot of Europeana Space.

Through a comprehensive introduction and four specially commissioned chapters on light, movement, hybridity and networks that include over 200 images, Photomediations: An Open Book tells a unique story about the relationship between photography and other media.

Making use of the open licence of the Photomediations book, the Danish journal/website BAGGRUND has translated Chapter 1, ‘Photography, Optics and Light’ from it and has also published some photographs from the book: http://baggrund.com/fotomediering-lys-optik-og-fotografering/

Joanna Zylinska, We Have Always Been Digital (2009). CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

Joanna Zylinska, We Have Always Been Digital (2009). CC BY-NC-SA 3.0

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