Not at all. I think it’s a necessary part of taking a photo. And it is essential to making good photojournalism, not photography.
We don’t all just shoot at the same place, we all do different projects and we shoot different things. Maybe because the job is so demanding you get a lot of things wrong, but as a whole, I don’t think it makes any difference. You make your own luck when you photograph a person. That’s why the photojournalist’s job is to get the best out of the person he/she is photographing, and make him/her better than he/she would be as an individual and a member of society.
My point is that photo editing is simply a part of this and when you have to edit a photograph, you are taking on the biggest job of all!
The National Security Agency may have broken its own privacy protections and misled Congress over how it does business by secretly accessing private data, according to a newly released report by The Wall Street Journal.
NSA officers, at the request of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI), have conducted “unprecedented, far-reaching data mining of Americans’ communications and other personal information,” The Wall Street Journal alleges. The report is based on top-secret documents provided by whistleblower Edward Snowden, who is currently living and working in Russia due to U.S. authorities’ fear of prosecution.
According to the WSJ, documents provided by the whistleblower show that for months the NSA has repeatedly ignored privacy safeguards enacted by Congress to ensure only relevant information can be retained. The WSJ’s report adds that “even top officials of the NSA believe that some of its tactics are flawed and potentially unlawful,” and that “the agency’s handling of bulk phone and Internet data could violate Americans’ privacy.”
The agency’s data mining methods, the WSJ writes, include:
NSA’s “Unconventional Operations Center” is capable of searching the phone call and Internet histories of entire U.S. households with no notice to the phone company that it is doing so…Documents obtained by The Wall Street Journal show that the NSA’s data mining center in Bluffdale, Utah, was one of the NSA’s largest surveillance operations from 2007 until early this year… The center, which uses software that turns a home or building’s wiring into “a giant spy machine,” collected information on Americans’ phone calls and Internet content for nearly 10 years at a cost of more
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