Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop
Most of us probably use Photoshop on a regular basis. We’ve almost taken it for granted and it has made life a bit easier for us when it comes to correcting images. It’s hard to imagine a world without Photoshop where people still modified and manipulated photos. These images exemplify that and will be a part of a showcase put on by The Metropolitan Museum Of Art.
Starting on October 11th of this year, it will go on all the way to January 27, 2013.
“While digital photography and image-editing software have brought about an increased awareness of the degree to which camera images can be manipulated, the practice of doctoring photographs has existed since the medium was invented. Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is the first major exhibition devoted to the history of manipulated photography before the digital age. Featuring some 200 visually captivating photographs created between the 1840s and 1990s in the service of art, politics, news, entertainment, and commerce, the exhibition offers a provocative new perspective on the history of photography as it traces the medium’s complex and changing relationship to visual truth.”
You can find more about the gallery here.
If you liked these images, be sure to check out our previous feature here on other pre-Photoshop images.
[Via Huffington Post]