The question of (i) in photography has lately become nontrivial. Prices for vintage prints (those made by a photographer soon after he or she made the negative) so drastically (ii) in the 1990s that one of these
photographs might fetch a hundred times as much as a nonvintage print of the same image. It was perhaps only a
matter of time before someone took advantage of the (iii) to peddle newly created “vintage” prints for profit.Blank (i): forgery, influence, styleBlank (ii): ballooned, weakened, variedBlank (iii): discrepancy, ambiguity, duplicity
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