The tradition of photography has undergone oh-so-many changes throughout the centuries. From the camera obscura to the daguerreotype, from black-and-white film to color, then the digital revolution, the malleable medium of photography has never stayed still for long. However, throughout all the technological progressions and ideological meanderings, one thing has stayed constant.
Whether in black-and-white family photos, retro polaroids or contemporary selfies, us humans are unanimously prone to the glorious accident that occurs when finger meets lens. Most often a giant, peach smudge in the corner of a shot signals a defective image that can be tossed out. But when combined...
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