There's Bergmans film of course, and Susan Sontag called the second section of her seminal tome On Photography "America, Seen through Photographs, Darkly" I've lost count of the copies of this book that I've thrust upon wouldbe wantobe photographers, urgently believing that all photographers should read it. Although written in 1977 and imperfect, it is nonetheless striking and relevant.
Sontag's "chronic voyeuristic relation" that photography causes society to have with the world could not be more pertinent as we wave our mobile phones at reality. Says the photographer stalking.
Photo; Agia Galini, Crete. Cross-processed slide film.