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Szabo Zsolt Andras
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I approach landscape photography as a creative art form. For me photography is all about the way of transmitting a vision, an impression, and not about the strict reality. A frequent mistake in the interpretation of photographs is based on the belief that an unprocessed image is equal to the reality, and any post-processing results a fake, manipulated image. I believe that in fine art photography, for great visual impact, aesthetics, mood and maybe even for originality, a very special light is necessary. But, while the current cameras are capable to handle the usual daylight pretty well, they fail to reproduce these special light conditions, the un-processed images are not even close to what the human eye are capable to see. The difference is even bigger if the goal is to convey that impression the scenery left in my mind. This is how post-processing become absolute indispensable...
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