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I should like to start with a bold statement: “photographs do not record reality accurately; they represent a perception of reality based on the expressive creativity of the photographer who made the image”.
Taking a photograph of the ocean waves pounding a rocky shoreline in bright light at 1/500th of a second freezes the action, allowing every drop of spray to be seen and appreciated. However, this is not “real”. Feeding our brain a sequence of thirty or so such images per second is much closer to...
Read this and many more articles in High Definition inside Issue 16 of Landscape Photography Magazine.