Professional photographer Peter Duke noticed 60 Minutes trying to not only to twist former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon’s statements but his appearance.
Bannon’s eyes and lips appear red and his skin orange during his interview with Charlie Rose. Bannon is Irish and one of the hardest working men in America who sleeps about as much as President Donald Trump, but friends and acquaintances were struck by the way he looked while speaking to Rose. Did CBS News adjust the color while taping Bannon’s interview?
“It’s nonsense,” a CBS News executive tells GotNews. Viewers may decide for themselves.
GotNews asked whether or not 60 Minutes does any color grading while shooting their interviews, but has not received comment.
“Journalists love to pretend that they do not manipulate images,” Duke tells GotNews. “But part of making images is the process of choosing. Choosing lenses, focal length, f-stop, lighting package, all of these things affect the image quality.”
“All of these things are choices that a photojournalist makes,” he added.
Author and documentary filmmaker Mike Cernovich reports Bannon “started a green juice regime and hired a trainer” when he returned as Breitbart News’ executive chairman. Does someone on a powerful new health regimen look like a “red-eyed monster”?
Bannon has the steely gaze of a man who knows what’s at stake and the will to carry out the MAGA mission.
It’s hard to complain about enemies treating one unfairly but it’s important to point out how the game is rigged. Sadly, the Opposition Party can’t seem to meet Bannon’s cogent arguments with more arguments, and appears to rely on subtle tricks that fool the eye.
Stay tuned for more.
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