The Tactile Image

The new issue of Source has an article about tactile images, versions of photographs designed to be experienced by touch. To accompany this piece, and as a subscriber offer for this issue, we are giving away 100 tactile prints for free. Watch this film in which Sue King from RNIB explains how tactile images are made and how the subscriber offer works.

The theme of this issue is 'The Photograph Recoded' and, as well as photographs transformed into tactile images there is also an article about the computer interpretation of photographs. There are photographs by Becky Beasley, Darren Harvey-Regan and David Penny. Finally, there are our usual extensive exhibition reviews including Martha Langford on John Berger, Ian Walker on Tony Ray-Jones as well as Motherhood, new magazines and spy photography.

The magazine will be in the shops soon and subscribers will be receiving their copies in the next few days.



Source Issue 77 - The Photograph Recoded

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