Source: Phoenix New Times
Written By Leanne Potts
“Keeping Shadows: Photography From the Worcester Museum of Art” Photos lie. You knew that.
What you probably didn’t know is that photos were lying more than a century before Photoshop became a verb. Photographers were mucking with their images way back in the 19th century when the medium was still young, painting or scratching out pesky objects and faces they didn’t want in their image.