While cycling on La Maddalena, an island off the coast of Sardinia, I came across this beautiful bay:
This ugly plant in the center of the picture did however disturb my aesthetic feelings.
“No problem, I’ll remove that with Photoshop,” is what most photographers would think. At least those who have grown up with this technology.
But I am “old school” (and don’t have this Photoshop program anyway), so I solved the problem right there:
Photoshop could now claim that they are better for the environment.
Don’t forget to recycle it! :)
That’s why photographs cannot be used in courts anymore. I’m more into documentary photography.
I meant in which jurisdiction? Speaking of “courts” as if there was one global court system is potentially misleading.
The north courts, I think. The south courts still accept photographs as long as the photographer is B1 level or higher.
I can detect that somebody has read more than one post on my blog. This makes me feel good about my efforts, thank you!
Choked in laughter for a sec there :D
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