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    Over the weekend, I read an excellent piece discussing the idea of manipulation in photography, which I found through Per Karlsson of BKWine on Twitter. In it, the author, Ben Long, asserts that all photos are manipulated: some may involve a heavy degree of Photoshop work (or darkroom work, in the case of film), yet even those that don't are automatically subject to a great deal of editing, whether consciously or not, by the photographer. Even the simple act of framing and cropping has a fundamental influence in determining what we see. "'Image editing' starts as soon as you lift your eye to the viewfinder," writes Long. &q
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