Where We Go
Photography Changes Where We Go
Photography enables us to see beyond the boundaries of everyday life in ways that were once unimaginable. Images and commentaries address subjects such as aerospace, exploration, geology, medical imaging, military planning, mining, oceanography, tourism, travel, transportation, and virtual reality.
Photography changes what tourists want to see
By Anthony Bannon
Anthony Bannon, director of the George Eastman House in Rochester, New York, describes how tourists bought early daguerreotypes of their visit to Niagara Falls to commemorate their encounters with the sublime.
Photography changes our environmental awareness
By Brian O'Connor and Irene Klaver
Visitor contributor Brian O'Connor and Irene Klaver, academics working on new media and relations to the environment, write about how photography and increased visibility can bridge the gap between the natural world and human interaction.
Photography changes our experience and understanding of cities
By Allan Shulman
Allan Shulman, architect and assistant professor, University of Miami School of Architecture, focuses on the ways photography impacts the development, history, and marketing of modern cities.
Photography changes how wars are fought
By Von Hardesty
Photography changes land use and planning
By John Rutherford
Photography changes the movies we choose to see
By Preminda Jacob