About silly things, the future, the past, the present. I worry that I’ll do everything wrong so I have to play it out in my head a million times before I do it. Yet I never follow my plans, it’s a waste of stress. Then I have to repeat everything over in my head, and I always come up with a million ways I could have done better.
And I worry that I’ll lose everyone. Cause that’s possible. And that’s something I have a lot less control over. Then I worry more about giving people up, because I can control that. And that’s the conclusion I come to mostly, because it’d be easier. But it wouldn’t. I lose way too much sleep over things I can’t control. And even more over things I can.
In my last blog post for this series I talked about photo editing in regards to gossip magazines. This isn’t to say that photo editing in “hard-hitting” magazines such as Life Magazine or Time Magazine doesn’t occur as well.
Just in case it’s not clear what photojournalism is here’s…
That is a great point. I believe that because of the first amendment magazines have the right to alter their images. It isn’t right to lie, so they should post a disclaimer saying that the photo has been altered. But, you bring up a good point. I wonder if that picture still would have won if the post hadn’t been removed. I’d like to think it would, it is just a post. But who knows?
In my previous blog I introduced the basics of copyright and the fair use clause. This is important when it comes to photography and ethics in media because it affects who can and cannot use photos.
The above photo is the perfect example of using a photo without having the rights to…
I thought I’d be able to add onto that in another answer, but can’t. Anyways, I was saying: This is a great example of a reason why content in media shouldn’t be altered. They can alter pictures because of the first amendment, but stealing is definitely unethical. If they wanted to be able to use this picture they should have to gain the rights to it. This is a great post.
I’m turning into that old guy with the quivering fist shouting “darn kids and their devil music!” I’m very upset with how lazy music has become, and even more upset with how everyone seems to be ok with it. Shouldn’t the most popular music in a culture be the best there is? Popular music is terrible. I would rather drive in silence than leave the radio on. Can we go back to good music? Written and performed by talented people?