“There are no ‘correct’ colors,” says Palmisano. “It’s all relative.” In 2008, his partner Zizola won a World Press Photo prize with a photo of a Colombian refugee camp with a double rainbow overhead. The colors were so intensified through editing that the scene looks almost surreal. This is allowed, says Palmisano. What isn’t permitted, he adds, is to change the relationship among the colors and to turn, for example, the green house in the photo into a red one.
“Enhanced Reality: Exploring the Boundaries of Photo Editing” —Spiegel Online
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