Photography_Secrets_Vinny Chirayil
Jun 1, 2011Limited, anyone with the link
Photo: Slides & talk by : Vinny Chirayil

Images sourced from internet. Copyright belongs to their respective owners, including National Geographic, Nat Geo photographers & Getty Images


Website : http://www.photo--paint.blogspot.in/

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Photo: Its bcos we do not understand the above 6 reasons fully.
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Photo: If you are a professional photographer or are from the 
journalism industry, you probably know where I am going :-)
Photo: A questioned asked on a forum...

Various reasons given but no one suspects or talks about heavy post processing.
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Photo: Between 2009-2011, I had conducted 3 sessions on photography for a photography club in my previous job, after tons of research. These slides are a fraction of my 6 hrs talk.


Website : http://www.photo--paint.blogspot.in/

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Photo: Childhood comics misled me to think for many years that cut & polished diamonds are found in nature, like the comic suggests. Also, the thought of individuals finding diamonds lasted for a long time.
Photo: Then reality dawned on me years later and shattered my childhood dreams.

There is a big team involved in finding raw diamonds and the stones dont look like the ones shown in disney comics.
Photo: They get that look after lot of cutting and polishing.
Photo: Uncut raw diamonds. They are not used as it is but cut into many smaller stones.

Think of this as your uncropped photograph.
Photo: Software tools aid in planning how many smaller 
stones to cut & in what shape from bigger stones.

Plan out multiple crops from your original photograph. 
Don't compose in camera, do it in post. If you like in 
camera only, then shoot multiple compositions 
(vertical & horizontal) of the same subject.
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Photo: Amateurs FOOLISHLY believe that camera hardware is the magic behind good looking photos.
Photo: Photo credit ahead : National Geographic, NG photographers & Getty Images
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Photo: They still use this kind of stuff and violate ethics standards 
set for journalism, although, not so blatantly now.
Photo: Some more examples of highly processed photographs.

Note that photoshop did NOT exist in 1986 !

But they had access to some primitive software 
and of course, the experts can do it manually too.