A falta de dinheiro fomenta a falta de ética no fotojornalismo?

Escrito em Março 14, 2015 - Na categoria Deontologia, Fotografia | Comente

UM ARTIGO muito interessante sobre a manipulação fotográfica cada vez mais frequente, escrito a propósito do mais recente World Press Photo – The problem with World Press Photo’s contest.

Before the great media disruption, photographers were sent out on a story for weeks, sometimes months. The purpose was for the photographer to watch. Quietly, patiently, carefully observing subtle changes in mood, emotion, light, shadow, and through framing and positioning, and trusted relationships with subjects, we were to bring back images that reflected an uncompromised, closely seen reality.

Then budgets shrank, three months turned into three weeks, three weeks into three days, three days into three hours and what’s left to shoot? A portrait where posing, lighting, sometimes propping, is now the norm.

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