Computer Enhancement and Nature Photography
Smith, Colin, PSA Journal
Many of you no doubt have read recent articles about computer graphic/imaging technology and the ability to "enhance or alter" the truth of a nature photograph with PC technology, Impossible depth of field, angles of light, and improbable symmetry have begun to appear in published photographs. A recent convention of professional nature photographers failed to reach consensus on the sensitive issues of integrity raised by the new technology. One says that he is planning to use PC technology on a regular basis since he is by training an artist first, not just a nature photographer. Recently he acknowledged that he added a zebra with the PC to an African herd he photographed to make a …
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Publication information: Article title: Computer Enhancement and Nature Photography. Contributors: Smith, Colin - Author. Magazine title: PSA Journal. Volume: 61. Issue: 9 Publication date: September 1995. Page number: 11. © 2008 Photographic Society of America, Inc. COPYRIGHT 1995 Gale Group.
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