The answer is, that depends on the perspective of relativity. Before the financial crisis the big banks were looking down on their clients who thus got the ultimate feeling that they even could be asked to pay an entrance fee in order to simply get access to the building. But this practice has changed. 12 years after the crisis it is just the other way round. If a client intends to open a current account that will be highly appreciated by paying an extra welcome bonus of 100 Euro.

So what is the lesson learnt? From a photographer*s perspective it is nothing new, since we always have to take note of what our eyes actually see. Cameras as such generally don't lie. It's the person behind the camera who is exposed to the risk of manipulation.

Canon, Canon PowerShot G3, 7.2-28.8 mm, 8.0 mm, 2.8, 1/100, 100