I'm trying to get some feedback on what seems to be a growing trend. But first some background, so you know where I'm coming from. I started my love of photography in high school and still own my Pentax K1000 manual everything 35mm film camera. So when it comes to taking pictures, I believe if there is something in the photo that is "off", if the lighting is wrong, or whatever it is, then you need to recompose the photo or change the lighting etc. But in the end, you'll still get a photo of something that was actually there. Here's where the discussion comes in. I post a photo and someone will say good except for "......." why not Photoshop it out, or that's nice but why not Photoshop "......." into the picture. I use photo shop to enhance the brightness / contrast and for cropping. The type of "enhancements" everyone else is talking about is basically "creating" a picture of something that never existed. Which is fine, but shouldn’t it be called CG art instead of a photo.... Any thoughts?