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A review of Ubiquitous Photography

Ubiquitous Photography by Martin Hand, which is part of Polity’s digital media and society series, has been reviewed by Karen Cross for Information, Communication & Society. I’ve previously posted a link to some reflections in the same book from Gillian … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous Photography

Gillian Rose offers some thoughts on Martin Hand’s recently published book Ubiquitous Photography. The interrelation between social media and the embedding of cameras in everyday devices is a bit of a neglected issue.There is a review of this book immanent … Continue reading

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Ubiquitous Photography by Martin Hand

Martin Hand’s book Ubiquitous Photography has been published by Polity. Clearly on of the biggest changes of recent times is the large number of cameras that are now part of everyday spaces and the way that the vast number of … Continue reading

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