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

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