OPP #004: TIDBIT TUESDAY – Photo Editing VS Photo Manipulation: Is There A Limit?
Today's Tidbit: Photo Manipulation in Outdoor Photography
- The practice of photo manipulation throughout the history of photography
- The debate about photo editing versus photo manipulation when it comes to landscape and nature photography
- Is there a difference or line between the two?
- What’s considered acceptable and what’s not?
- Does it matter?
- Three points to consider when deciding how much editing is acceptable in your own photography
- And more!
Resources and Links:
Brief History of Photography Blog: https://notquiteinfocus.com/2014/12/15/a-brief-history-of-photography-part-12-movements-pictorialism-versus-straight-photography/
Professor Jeff Curto’s lecture, Photo History – Class 12 – The Manipulative Impulse: http://photohistory.jeffcurto.com/archives/1573
Group f/64’s Manifesto (1932): http://photographyhistory.blogspot.com/2012/04/group-f64-manifesto-1932.html
National Geographic, How We Spot Altered Pictures: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/article/editors-note-images-and-ethics
NANPA’s Truth in Captioning Statement: https://www.nanpa.org/wp-content/uploads/Truth-in-Captioning-Statement-Revised-3-2018.pdf
Kenneth Brower article in The Atlantic, Photography in the Age of Falsification: https://www.theatlantic.com/magazine/archive/1998/05/photography-in-the-age-of-falsification/377107/
University of Washington Magazine, The Call of the Wild Beckons Photographer Art Wolfe: https://magazine.washington.edu/feature/the-call-of-the-wild-beckons-photographer-art-wolfe/
Guy Tal’s book, More Than a Rock
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