telephotography


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telephotography

[¦tel·ə·fə′täg·rə·fē]
(communications)
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In aestheticising the secret, rendering it as a visual, if abstract, phenomenon, the photographs of Limit Telephotography both resist a purely hermeneutic approach to secrets and register distrust in the state's monopoly over the organisation, presentation and uses of the secret and secrecy.
Paglen's series "Limit Telephotography," 2005-2007, for example, looks at classified military installations in the southwestern United States.
The satellite which weighs 50 kg is used for telephotography, measurement and specification of different locations from a 400-meter altitude.