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Shared by Cathaleen Curtiss — 21 Feb 2013
find it quite incredible that in 2013 the argument appears to still be raging about the legitimacy of post-processing images.
Tom Hopkins said (21 Feb 2013):
Too much protest here. Photos have been "corrected", enhanced, etc since the 1800's (at least). Only the methods have changed. If the result matches the photographers intent, end of discussion. Most developments in photography have been to provide the photographer with more control over the imaging process, not less. Your choice of camera is as much a manipulation as anything you do later on.
Cathaleen Curtiss said (23 Feb 2013):
I agree Tom. I would go so far as to say as soon as we select a subject or angle Or film or time of day we are manipulating, so it goes on and on and on.
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