Photographers are encouraged to do research and engage in critical thought by the ideas of truth and realism in photography. The idea that a photograph accurately captures reality is still widely accepted. It isn’t! An image is “about what you see and how your life experiences affect how you perceive what you have seen.”
According to the author, Mr. Glenn Guy, We must all have various perspectives on the world since no two people are precisely the same.
As a result, the images we take must also be distinctive from those taken by others.
A photograph may be thought of as a two-dimensional visual depiction of the environment. By editing the images both in-camera and throughout the editing process, I was able to create a representation that was quite accurate. At the same time, I was able to investigate my experience with and reaction to the site being portrayed.
Veritas is a genre that includes any images used by a company or media, including those of commodities like beverages, food products, fashion, jewelry, and automobiles.
The reality is, in my capacity as an artist and creator, I am accountable for what I pictures, how I take those shots, and the caliber of the results.
All the Photos and text in this post are copyright of Alwin Binu, from Ernakulam Creative Hut Institute of Photography. Their reproduction, full or part, is forbidden without the explicit approval of the rightful owners.