The second in Errol Morris' NYT blog column entitled, "Zoom: A Filmmaker Uncovers The Hidden Truths of Photos." The issues he discusses are exactly the ones I found so interesting, and even surprising, when I experienced them firsthand, as a subject in a documentary. The idea of what's left out being as important (or even moreso) than what's shown. The context. How our beliefs determine what we see. Of course Errol's way more eloquent, thoughtful and interesting. Definitely recommended.