Ethical implications of electronic still cameras and computer digital imaging in the print media

Journal of Mass Media Ethics 3 (2):47 – 59 (1988)
Abstract
Imagine you are an editor at a well respected national magazine with a rich history in photojournalism. The magazine is ready for publication but there is a problem with the cover. The photograph chosen for the cover does not quite fit the vertical format of the magazine and no other picture has all the qualities to best illustrate the cover story. No problem! With a computer, an operator simply moves the objects in the photograph closer together to fit the magazine format perfectly. The finished product is virtually undetectable, even by experts
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