Photos are usually a proof that something exists. But what now photos can be changed and now it is quite difficult to understand what is real and what is not.
We are used to believe to old photos, as there was no photoshop back then. But this compilation prooves that it is not a wright thing to do. Look and decide for yourself should you trust photography.

© Joan Fontcuberta, from “Fauna” series

© Eugene Isidore Buguet.

© Arthur_Rothstein, The bleached skull of a steer, South Dakota Badlands, 1936

© Stephen Berkman, Creature

© Stephen Berkman, From memory

© Joan Fontcuberta, from “Fauna” series

© Joan Fontcuberta, from “Fauna” series

Joan Fontcuberta, from “Fauna” series

© Joan Fontcuberta

© Joan Fontcuberta

© Asger Carlsen.

© David Wojnarowicz, Untitled (Falling Buffalo), 1988-89

© Jeff Wall, «Dead Troops Talk», 1992

That’s Stalin. On the photo to the left one can see a guy, a comrade, showing a way to Stalin. “This way please!”. But how can somebody show the way to Stalin thought authorities? So they removed that guy. None should point the way to the leader of Russian people. Never.

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