Journalists and scientists seek to grasp reality and to understand it. Print journalists use the vehicle of the word; radio journalists do so too; TV journalists also rely on words, though their principal vehicle of communication is the picture, the image, as is that of moviemakers and of still photographers. But recently the importance and power of photography has been exaggerated. It’s time to put things aright again.
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