Sinful Sunday Week 473
Welcome to week 473
It is the first Sunday of the month which means it is prompt weekend!
The prompt for 3rd May 2020 is: Unedited
This month we suggested back in October last year by Annie Savoy during my podcast interview with her. In that episode she said
“To see if people would do a picture without any editing at all. You can’t crop it, filter it, (watermarks is OK) It would be really interesting because I feel as though with digital photography especially it is very difficult to trust your eye because you figure you can fix it after the fact and so if you are just going to take a picture and post that pictures without any editing at all. Does it change the way you take a picture? Would you pay more attention? Or would you set up more carefully? Does it make you look at all the corners of the picture to make sure there is nothing there you want to edit out afterwards?”
Sinful Sunday is all about the image.
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