Gerald Lang

Digital Photography
October 17 - November 25, 2005

2005 Gerald Lang

Director's Note

Like the Kodak Brownie camera of a century ago, advances in digital imaging and electronic technology have impacted our daily lives. Filmless and paperless images are captured on digital cameras, downloaded onto a computer, and sent by email to family and friends worldwide with astonishing speed and ease. Today, the rapidly changing technology of digital imaging has dramatic and broad implications beyond the familiar “snapshot.” It is changing the way we express ourselves, altering our processes of graphic design and print media, and challenging our previously held belief about the inherent “truth” of a photographic image.

The Digital Image presents a sampling of the work created in the Digital Photography Studio at Penn State University. The twenty prints in this exhibition are on loan from the arti

Deborah Mitchell, Director -- APEX Gallery

archive 2005

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