Sometimes It’s Not Fake

Photo by Ganapathy Kumar on Unsplash

Here is a great article from Albert Dros about explaining that his spectacular photos are not fake.

(…) people who don’t really know the technical aspects of focal lengths, the ‘general crowd’ can’t really tell what’s real and what’s fake. So if something looks ‘too good’ people often think it’s fake.

Just head to the article to see these photos. A separate article on PetaPixel for each photo explains how the shot was done. The super moon technique is super interesting and instructive. If only I had a telephoto lense for my camera.

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