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My Photography Philosophy
Still images are a reflection of a temporary moment of time. That is to say, when a viewer sees a photographic image, they are seeing the split-second image of that moment which occurred. In their mind, that image is an exact representation; even though people are aware that the technology to manipulate photographs and "in-camera" methods of perspective distortion, and visual effects are common practice. The reason for this is that the human brain perceives, by default, everything that it is seeing as real. This is the explanation for why people have an emotional response while watching fictional films, even while they are consciously aware the film and acting scenario is fictional, or why people can experience motion sickness from playing a video-game.
The same applies to photography. The image that is seen will instantly be processed by the mind as a direct representation of that moment, even if the photo does not properly capture the brilliance of said moment; leaving an imperfect impression. The reality that is created within the viewer's mind through a photograph only becomes a near-direct (or better) representation of reality with some level of careful alteration. The utmost of care, skill and technique must be employed both in-camera, and in post processing for a photograph to become the most sensually pleasing representation of that moment. When such an approach is utilized successfully, the reality that is created by the photo leaves an impression that is even better than what the human eye can perceive in reality.
In such a sense, it can be said that photography is so much more than simply pointing a camera at a scene and pressing the shutter button.