When thinking about photography, we tend to think that the subject is the one that shapes a certain image. If the video below is any indication of the truth, a portrait can be shaped by the one standing behind the camera than just by the subject standing in front of it. Six photographers were invited to photograph the same subject. But there was a twist. Each photographer was individually told a piece of fictional information about their subject. This experiment was meant to answer an important question: how much can perception shape an image? The result is surprising.