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Old 03-03-2018, 10:15 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by Mgoldman View Post
In a nut shell - a photo depicts very closely - reality as you saw it, give or take a few SLIGHT to moderate exaggerations (color, over-shapening/ "structure", and lens conditions - vignetting, perspective and things like but not limited to long /short duration captures. An "interpretation /illustration pushes those boundaries (and /or perhaps adds and /or remove elements) to such a point, that the reality becomes fantasy.

There's nothing wrong with fantasy based on reality - provided the audience is aware.
/Mitch
That is exactly where I stand on the subject. Thank you Mitch for providing the response my little Southern West Virginian brain couldn't muster.

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