"In photography there is no 'real' representation, as the mechanics of the camera lens differ greatly from the human eye. Therefore there is no 'true' color, context, angle, field of vision, focus, scale, etc. in a photograph.

This allows a photograph to be taken in such a way as to encourage an alternate perception of its commonly accepted reality; to question and evaluate how and why we insist on constraining our perception to one 'reality' when there are infinite possibilities and when, in some way, reality either ceases to exist or never existed to begin with."

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