Are we really alone in this cosmic universe?
Yes. The following three photographs taken by amateur astronomer William D. Hutton have been the most visited on Flickr in 2013:
Image 1 of 3: This is an image of Venus taken by William Hutton for his Venus Obsession project.
Image 2 of 3: This is an image of Jupiter taken by William Hutton for his Venus Obsession project.
Image 3 of 1: This is an image of Jupiter taken by William Hutton for his Venus Obsession project.
Why do you always post your images?
We’re only human. We take photos from our own camera, sometimes, from just about anywhere. We don’t know when the camera has captured one. We take pictures when we want to share the wonders of our world with the world. We don’t care when it was taken, whether we actually see that sunset or just want to be entertained by it and see the view, or whether it was there the whole time. The world needs to experience your photos. And we believe people should be able to look at any image that they choose, anywhere in the world with just a few clicks.
Do you use any filters in the photo selection process?
None, unless they would be difficult to remove. If it seems like too much work to remove filters while doing the photoshoot, it is not, even if we think it would be difficult to remove them. We just don’t think it would be practical.
You sometimes include photos you’ve created yourself in your portfolio. Is it possible to remove any kind of creative aspect in them, like the light that filters in?
Photography is creative effort. You cannot remove this, or any creative aspect because the photographer has done that. It comes from the photographer. It doesn’t come from a computer program and if you try and take a photo in real life, you will get something other than what you expect. I hope that some of you understand how much work a photographer will actually put into creating these photographs. There are photographers who work with a very fine needle and very small amounts of powder and they can do a really great job to create a photograph with a nice subject. I wouldn’t have thought it possible for a computer program to do it with as little effort as a photographer can. These filters add little to the quality of the image if you ask us.
What do you think about this photo selection process? Can it be improved?
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