Story and photography by Don Komarechka
I was standing in line at my local City Hall in early November a few years ago, waiting to book the city hall rotunda for an art display for the following year. Everyone in the line was an artist or photographer, and a few conversations were started as we waiting. One woman asked me, with some pride in her voice, how to properly identify that her images were not edited in any way, that they appear as the camera captured them. Trying to provide a polite answer, I simply said that I’m not aware of any such designation and wished her the best. The question got me thinking: How much editing is too much, and why do some people take pride in avoiding it altogether?
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