Photographs are like wine, they get better with age
Photographs are like wine, they get better with age. - John E. Burkowski
The Photographic Paradox
Roland Barthes and his concept of the photographic image as a message without a code
“What the photograph reproduces to infinity has occurred only once: the photograph mechanically repeats what could never be repeated existentially.” Roland Barthes
From this arises the so-called “photographic paradox” that Roland Barthes speaks of. It is the coexistence of two messages, one without a code and therefore without connotation and another one with code and connotation.
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