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  1. The ethics of photojournalism Thinking about manipulation, reality, taste and standards

  2. Brian Walski

  3. Brian Walski • Isn’t everything we’re looking at real?

  4. Brian Walski • Isn’t everything we’re looking at real? • What about the angle, or things that were edited out?

  5. Brian Walski • Isn’t everything we’re looking at real? • What about the angle, or things that were edited out? • Is this any different from what print journalists do?

  6. O.J. Simpson • In 1994, Time magazine published this photo on the cover

  7. O.J. Simpson • In 1994, Time magazine published this photo on the cover • Except that it didn’t look like this photo

  8. O.J. Simpson

  9. O.J. Simpson • Are you outraged?

  10. O.J. Simpson • Are you outraged? • Aren’t magazine covers manipulated all the time?

  11. O.J. Simpson • Are you outraged? • Aren’t magazine covers manipulated all the time? • Isn’t it obvious that this cover illustration was manipulated?

  12. NPPA Code of Ethics • “It is the individual responsibility of every photojournalist at all times to strive for pictures that report truthfully, honestly and objectively.”

  13. NPPA Code of Ethics • “It is the individual responsibility of every photojournalist at all times to strive for pictures that report truthfully, honestly and objectively.” • “In documentary photojournalism, it is wrong to alter the content of a photograph in any way (electronically or in the darkroom) that deceives the public.”

  14. VictoriaSnelgrove • Outrage at the Herald

  15. VictoriaSnelgrove • Outrage at the Herald • Might publication have accomplished some good?

  16. NPPA Code of Ethics • “Our standards … shall have in them a note of sympathy for our common humanity and shall always require us to take into consideration our highest duties as members of society.”