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"Byers (1964) and Sekula (1975) have argued a historical two-headed view of photography as 1) an art and 2) a precise machine-made record of a scene or a subject. In the first view, the primary concern is the vision of the photographer-artist who uses the technology to produce a creative photograph of which the photographer is the 'source'. In the second view, the primary concern is the accuracy with which the subject is recorded on film, in which case the subject is the 'source' (1964, p. 79)." Dona Schwartz.

Eduardo Gonzalez Santos, ethnographer. Ethnography can be simply defined as “…the observation, description, depiction and/or representation of lived social experience.”.

Taxonomies
Ethnographic research
Human life
Human behavior
Qualitative research
Human condition
Studying people
Visual anthropology
Social research
Ethnographic data
Human beings
Anthropological way
Everyday life
Ethnographic methods
Humanity, culture and social life
Describe life as it is lived
Ethnographic inquiry
Anthropological knowledge
Realities of life
Fragmentations of social life
Stages in individual life cycle
Human experience

About society, culture and Individuals
Ethnography study
Human Activity
Human society and civilization
Research and representation
Visual ethnography
Cultural anthropology
Systematic ethnographic work
Tools for ethnographic research
Visual research
Genealogy of visual ethnography
Ethnographic photography
Ethnographic activity
Anthropological analysis
Camera in anthropology
Pictures in field research
Photographs in ethnographic research
Methodological tool in social research
Photography as a research tool
Spatial, and cultural contexts
A record about culture
Relating to social occurrences
Photography's contribution to ethnography
Human events may reflect multiple realities
Empirical research
Qualitative research studies
Real-world settings
Gender, age, race and ethnicity
Variants of qualitative research
Ethnographic research and representation
Researching the life and human behavior
Interactions between or among people
Characteristics of individual people
Pointing to social conditions
‘Understand’ human behaviour

Activities
Anthropological
Anthropology
Behavior
Camera
Community
Contexts
Cultural
Descriptive
Diversity
Documentation
Epistemological
Ethnographer
Ethnographic
Ethnography
Everyday
Human
Humanistic
Hypermedia
Images
Interactions
Live
Medium
Message
Observation
Observational
People
Perspectives
Photographs
Photography
Qualitative
Races
Real-world
Realism
Representation
Research
Significance
Social
Society
Sociology
Study
Temporal
Urban
Views
Visual