Given the talk about #fakenews, I've been thinking about Errol Morris' book Believing is Seeing. It's a brainy meditation on truth in photography. He spends the first third of the book analyzing Roger Fenton's photographs of the Crimean War. In particular, Morris dissects whether Fenton staged the cannonballs in The Valley of the Shadow of Death.Read More
It's compiled from 116 different photos, captured with a telephoto lens and stitched together using photoshop. My goal is to see how this photo-stitched skyline compares to an image created with a single photo through a wide angle lens.
Warning: This post is about to get geeky.