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Title: The ethics of photojournalism


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

2
Brian Walski
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Brian Walski
  • Isnt everything were looking at real?

4
Brian Walski
  • Isnt everything were looking at real?
  • What about the angle, or things that were edited
    out?

5
Brian Walski
  • Isnt everything were 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 didnt look like this photo

8
O.J. Simpson
9
O.J. Simpson
  • Are you outraged?

10
O.J. Simpson
  • Are you outraged?
  • Arent magazine covers manipulated all the time?

11
O.J. Simpson
  • Are you outraged?
  • Arent magazine covers manipulated all the time?
  • Isnt 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
Victoria Snelgrove
  • Outrage at the Herald

15
Victoria Snelgrove
  • 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.
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