Perception differences by photography display (This is not a great example) but you’ll see

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I JUST WANTED TO SHOW AN EXAMPLE OF HOW OUR PERCEPTION CAN BE “INFLUENCED” THROUGH WHAT WE SEE, OR WHAT IS SHOWN…. OH….. ALSO WHAT MAY NOT BE SHOWN

THIS  IS THE FULL PICTURE I’M GOING TO USE FOR THIS EXAMPLE—LOOKS CLEARLY LIKE THE WOMEN IS BENING ARRESTED

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NOW IF I JUST CROP HER—– IT IS A COMPLETE DIFFERENT PERCEPTION, NO? ALMOST A PASSIONATE LOOK UP INTO THE SKY SEEING -WHATEVER

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NEXT CROP- SAME LOOK FROM HER- BUT THE OFFICER IN THE BACKGROUND HAS A LOOK OF SHOCK, AND EVEN WHEN I INCLUDE THE OFFICER THATS MAKING THE ARREST (CROP OUT THE LOWER HALF) THIS STORY LOOKS LIKE OR COULD BE PERCEIVED AS —– SOMETHING DRAMATIC HAS HAPPENED, AND THE WOMEN IS GAZING UP, THE OFFICER BEHIND IS JUST IN SHOCK, AND THE ARRESTING OFFIER MIGHT BE CONSOLING HER….

LOL

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photo came fromhttp://radio.foxnews.com/2011/10/02/occupying-the-brooklyn-bridge-700-nyc-occupy-wall-st-protesters-arrested/

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One thought on “Perception differences by photography display (This is not a great example) but you’ll see

  1. Great way to show how you can change the perspective on photos by what you include or exclude. These days, I don’t think you can really believe a picture unless you see proof that it’s completely unedited. Even then, a good photographer can frame the shot to give the wrong impression. Don’t believe everything you see!

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