A photograph can represent a near-mirror image of what your eyes perceive but sometimes it should be a lot more than just that. There are no rights and no wrongs, Andy Brown explains
Line up ten talented photographers in front of a scene imbued with potential, and the likelihood is they will shoot and produce markedly different results. How can this be? A camera is a camera after all; similarly lenses, filters and all manner of other connected paraphernalia are hardly sentient – hardly able to make the judgement calls and informed choices that go into creating a finished image – therefore the deciding factor is, as always, the …
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