As a practice, its basic nature has key dependence upon the agents and institutions defining it and setting it to work. This idea has been further supported by Wells (1996) stating that the overall ubiquity of the source means the circulation of photographs with respect to which these have not been established. It is worth remembering that there does not seem to be any aboriginal, intrinsic and single meaning locked up in the same. For images, interpersonal function can also be considered as a critical component within visualized journalism to seek communication with authenticity (Finn, 2009). The function of photography, as a source culturally produced element is attached with the existence of definite conditions. This further involves the meaning and legibility of its product only in the specific currencies owned. The important factor highlighted by Tagg is that the photograph tends to be possessing an evidence based force, and the testimony will be borne base on time, rather than object (Tagg, 2003). From the perspective of phenomenology, the power to authenticate will be exceeding the power to represent.