Saturday, December 02, 2006



I understand the strength of the free press lies in its commitment to present the plain facts, but I think a little "red-eye removal" would be fine given the red-eye was caused by the flash from the newsperson's camera. Also, there is something slightly misleading about reporting how someone is "slightly contaminated" by radiation and showing a photo of that person with glowing eyes.
[photo and comment]


Shoutback: BBC News: Dead spy's contact doing 'well'
CateGoogles: aimless_musing
Mood = curious

Need red eye removal in news photos


1 Comments:

  1. Also, there is something about saying "slightly contaminated." It's akin to saying, "She is slightly pregnant." You either are or you're not :) They should say, "She has low dosage levels"

    Nice pic :)

    By Anonymous kevinh2, at 12/02/2006 04:06:00 PM
     

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