Friday, 11 December 2009

World Press Photo bans manipulated entries

"World Press Photo has renewed its call for entries for the prestigious photojournalism prize, and has publicly stated for the first time, that altered images will not be allowed in".
"The jury, if suspicious of an image's authenticity, could request 'the original, unretouched file as recorded by the camera or an untoned scan of the negative or slide'".
Read the full article by BJP Online

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

totally agree. no substitution for skill and tech from the camera end