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From its earliest days, photography was a scientific process used for documentation and artistry. Though capable of capturing precise details with great accuracy, photographers devised innumerable means of manipulating their photographs—long before the computer era—sometimes for fun, other times with a serious agenda, such as political propaganda.Space is limited, and spots fill up fast. Reservations must be secured in advance, so sign up today at firstname.lastname@example.org or 713.353.1550. Not an MFAH Member? Click here to join!