Saturday , December 4 2021

Samsung falsify the test photo using & # 39; DSLR image – TechCrunch picture


The Malaysian branch & # 39; Samsung has some explanation to do. The company, in an effort to show the best capabilities & # 39; photo retouching the Galaxy Star A8, cleverly used photo shot, and then modifikatha għedewha as one taken from the A8.

The problem began when the Serbian photographer Dunja Djudjic noticed that someone had bought one of his photos from a service called EyeEm providing images to Getty Images, reseller of & # 39; renowned photographs. Djudjic, curious buyer, made search with & # 39; faster back and found his image – adulterated within one inch of his life – on the Malaysian product page & # 39; Samsung.

Djudjic, in turn, was a good sport.

My first reaction was to burst & # 39; in & # 39; Planting. Look at the work of & # 39; Photoshop made on his face and hair! I always xtaqlek the color of my natural hair (even if you are turning black and white gray), but I think the creator of & # 39; this image Franken favors red tones. Except for the eyes though, where they removed all the blood vessels.

Whoever created this image, also me from the original field background and pasted on a random photo of me & # 39; park. That's to say, the original photo was taken f / 2.0 if I remember correctly, and needed a "before" and "after" – a photograph with a strong background, and another in the way & # 39; sparah almighty photo. So the master & # 39; of & # 39 Photoshop; Samsung managed using different background.

This move follows a decision by Huawei to pull the same stunt with & # 39; & # 39 demo in photo, in August.

To be fair, Samsung inform us that this happens. "The contents in the screen images are simulated and are for purposes & # 39; demonstration only," they write in small print, b & # 39; way at the bottom of the page. B & # 39; good luck to Djudjic, Samsung ħallsetha for her photo.

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