The imaginative work of Moroccan photographer Achraf Baznani

So, Jerry Uelsmann, who never used photoshop, wasn’t doing photography? I think that line is a very artificial one other than for photo journalism. The amount of cropping, burning, dodging, white balance adjustment, sharpening, done by most people who say there’s a line really says that there’s an imaginary line. My mentor stays true to that line – he shoots jpg, because he says if you get it right in camera, you don’t need raw. He’s embarrassed by the four images in his recent book that were cropped and not printed full frame (out of about 140 images.) With lifetime achievement awards from every major photographic and advertising organization out there, he must be pretty good at what he does, and he may be the ONLY photographer I know who actually hews to that bright line of no editing.

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