Photographer Gilmar Silva Exposes The Not So Glamorous Side Of Photography In Revealing Photos

As it turns out, how us ‘normal’ people see the world and how photographers see it is completely different, as seen in these fascinating before and after photos put together by Brazilian wedding and family photographer Gilmar Silva.

We’re all too used to seeing amazing and glossy looking images on social media, so much so that we don’t often consider how they were taken and how much effort goes into them on the photographers part.

This is where the work of Silva comes in, showing before and after photos as part of a series titled LUGARxPHOTO (‘place and photo’) which highlights the hilarious lengths photographers will go to get the perfect shot whilst also showing just how good they are at making ordinary places look extraordinary.

More info: Gilmar SilvaInstagramFacebook (h/t: blazepress)

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