Pics – Out to Lunch – It’s New Orleans
You may have heard the expression, “The camera doesn’t lie.” Meaning, if you’re looking at a photo of something, well, that’s how it is.
That may have been how it was – before Photoshop and filters on Instagram. Photographs these days have a place in our lives they never had before.
Among the millions of photos taken and posted every day for free, there are still photographers who make a living taking and selling photos.
Darryl Glade’s company, IMOTO Photo, takes photos specifically for real estate listings.
And whether you buy or rent a house you can decorate it with photographs of iconic images of New Orleans and Louisiana by photographer Joshua Lee.
You probably have a decent camera on your phone. And some free image-editing software. So, you might reasonably ask yourself, why would I pay someone to take a photo of my house, or people at a second line? The reason you shouldn’t attempt this at home is in this Out to Lunch conversation.
Ohotos in the courtyard at Commander’s Palace by Alison Moon.