I have come across multiple occasions where a photograph which looked perfect on the view finder of the camera had to be scrapped while enlarged for actual use. On the other hand, a photograph which looks dull and underexposed on the view finder comes out perfectly after a minor edit on the brightness alone. In management, reports takes the place of the view finder in photography. Reports just gives a snapshot and the reality could be different. I have faced situations where the projects which are shown as very healthy in the status reports throughout the project, failing miserably during final acceptance tests. So, when you see a perfect picture on the view finder post capture, or when you get a perfect project status report, do not rely on them alone. When you get a imperfect picture or a problematic project status report, do not be in a hurry to dismiss them, because with minor corrective actions they can be made perfect. Here is a photograph which looked terribly under exposed on the camera, which became perfect just by adjusting the brightness on the editor. The one which looked perfect on the view finder had to be scrapped as the image was found blurred when enlarged.
Enjoy my photograph titled ‘ant crossing’ at stillsofindia