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Photoshopped Architecture – A recapitulation by Anupriya Saraswat

The dialogue that spanned a month and a half is now coming to an end – as we wrap up our discussion about portrayal of architecture through the photographic medium, we glance back and attempt to reconcile the nuances we have been presented with, so far. The pattern we found was one perpetuating itself, with no rigidly delineated cause and effect,…
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“The photograph does not lie – the photographer does, and so does the architect” Ruturaj Parikh on Photoshopped Architecture

The primary value of architecture lies in the experience of the built environment. As an architect, however, it is difficult to personally experience numerous interesting buildings as we are limited by geography and access. While one can experience many intriguing architectural and urban environments, much of what is produced in contemporary…
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