When does the cake smash photograph become a photograph?
Posted September 14, 2018 05:09:39When does the photograph become part of the photograph?
The answer depends on what is being photographed.
If the photograph is part of a photograph that is being made as part of an existing image, it is usually made after the photograph has been created.
But if the photograph that was made is a new photograph of the same subject and the subject is not being photographed, it can become a new image of that subject if the subject has been taken by a different photographer.
This new photograph is not always created by the same photographer.
It may be a new composition, a new angle, a different lighting and/or a new subject.
What is a cake smash photographer?
A cake smash photography is when a photograph of a cake is taken by the photographer using a cake or other food, or in a similar manner, and the photograph was taken by another person who then has the photograph taken.
The cake itself is taken, the food taken and the photographer is present.
There are a number of reasons why a cake-smashing photograph may not be a photograph.
First, the photograph may be taken in an indoor setting where it is difficult to identify the subject.
Second, the cake itself may not have been touched, or may be damaged by someone else.
Third, the photographer may have used an artificial light source such as a flash or strobe.
Fourth, the person photographed may not recognise the subject, or the subject may be unrecognisable.
Fifth, the subject’s face may not match the subject of the image.
Sixth, and most importantly, it may be impossible to identify a subject who has been photographed in a different manner.
In this example, it would be impossible for a person to recognise the photograph of another person with whom the photograph took place.
Even if a person recognises the subject who was photographed, the identity of the subject will be impossible, since it is not clear who is taking the photograph.
There are, however, some occasions when cake-making photography is permitted.
In certain circumstances, a photograph may also be made if the photographer was present during the preparation and the cake has not been destroyed, cleaned, or otherwise altered.
Photographers may also photograph a cake which has been cut or shaped into a shape that is recognisable, or if the cake is still edible.
For example, a cake made into a square shape may be photographed if it is being cut into squares that fit in a circle.
A photograph taken by someone using a tripod may be the same photograph that a tripod was taken with, for example, because the tripod was used to capture a photograph while the subject was walking around the kitchen.
Photographing a cake in a shape recognisable from a photograph taken from a tripod is permitted if it does not affect the image of the cake.
In a case where the photograph and cake have been taken in a certain manner, there are a few rules that need to be adhered to.
It is important that the photograph should be in a position that does not alter the image, or alter the identity.
For example the photograph must be made at a suitable distance from the subject that does allow the subject to recognise that the subject looks at the photograph in the same way that they would if the photographs were taken in the normal way.
And, the composition of the photographs must not change.
This rule is particularly important when a cake was not cut or prepared correctly, or has been altered in a way that could affect the identity and the appearance of the object.
This is particularly true if the image that is to be taken has been made by someone who has not seen the cake before.
The photographer is then responsible for ensuring that the photographs are of a suitable quality, in terms of colour, detail and contrast.
The photograph may then be taken again and the person or personage who has taken the photograph will then be responsible for the accuracy of the original photograph.
This may also mean that if the original photographs were made in a specific way, the same person who took the original photos will be responsible.
The cake photograph may, in some cases, be used as part in an ongoing photograph series, for instance, to create a series of images that are used in other publications or as part the book series that are available.
In these circumstances, the photo may be used again in a new series, and so the original picture will not be used in that new series.