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Bochorno: Nikon premia una foto trucada y recibe decenas de memes

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La marca de cámaras fotográficas Nikon sufrió el bochorno al premiar una foto que había sido intervenida de manera burda por su autor.

El detalle fue advertido por los seguidores de Nikon en Facebook, donde se anunció el galardón a Yu Wei, quien captó supuestamente a un avión en perspectiva a unas escaleras.

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Nikon

En apariencia, todo bien, sin embargo los usuarios hicieron unos cambios de contraste a la imagen para notar que el avión había sido pegado groseramente sobre la imagen real.

La foto de Yu Wei al descubierto

La foto de Yu Wei al descubierto

Ante la nula respuesta de los organizadores, los usuarios de la página comenzaron a tomar el tema con humor, y elaboraron una serie de memes en torno al tema. Aquí algunos.

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Ante el revuelo, Nikon borró la publicación y pidió disculpas por su falta de rigurosidad a la hora de premiar una fotografía.

We have heard your comments and feedback on this, and you are right – we should not compromise standards even for a…

Posted by Nikon on sábado, 30 de Enero de 2016

En tanto, el autor indicó que lo hecho fue en tono de broma, aunque con el gran error de haber enviado la imagen a la marca.

Hello everyone, This goes out to everyone who has seen my Chinatown plane post. I'm sorry! This is going to be quite a read so that's the first thing I would like you to read if you don't have time to read below; I would like to apologize for the mistake I have done. I've been quiet so far because I've been trying to contact Nikon and have been waiting for them to contact me back to discuss about this. I understand that what I would say might affect Nikon's brand hence I decided to wait for their advice. However, since more than 24 hours have passed and I have not managed to have discussions with Nikon, I think I shouldn't wait and it's important for me to come out to address this issue. Like one user commented, I was on a photo walk in Chinatown and I chanced upon that set of ladders. I snapped a picture of it, and subsequently felt that a plane at that spot would make for an interesting point of view. Hence, I inserted the plane with PicsArt and uploaded it to Instagram. That's how I use Instagram, sometime it's to showcase the work I'm proud of, sometimes just to have fun. This case, that small plane was just for fun and it was not meant to bluff anyone. I would have done it with photoshop if I really meant to lie about it, but no, it was a playful edit using the PicsArt app and uploaded to Instagram. When my friends commented with some questions, I also answered it jokingly, saying it's the last flight of the day and saying it was my lucky day that I did not wait too long. At that time, of course everyone who read it took it as a joke, before this issue arrived and it is taken seriously. However, I made a mistake by not keeping it to Instagram as a casual social media platform. I crossed the line by submitting the photo for a competition. I meant it as a joke and I'm really sorry to Nikon for disrespecting the competition. It is a mistake and I shouldn't have done that. I also shouldn't have jokingly answered Nikon that I caught the plane in mid-air and should have just clarified that the plane was edited in using PicsArt. This is my fault and I sincerely apologise to Nikon, to all Nikon Photographers, and to the photography community as general.

Una foto publicada por Yu Wei (@yuuuuuwei) el

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