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Documentary photographs in Las Vegas reveal the many visual tricks used to purposely reveal everything, even the copies of foreign architecture, to be fake. With multiple versions of costumed characters parading the streets, wax figures posing with tourists, advertisements juxtaposed with iconic statues, and Photoshopped souvenir images, the pictures that tourists take home are metaphorically inscribed with the reminder that “this image was taken in Las Vegas.”

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