Photoshopping History: Where Is the Line in the Sand?

Today's photographers have a wealth of tools at their fingertips. Not only can they review photos and take more as necessary while out in the field, but they can alter, edit and otherwise create whatever they so desire during post-processing. Otherwise known as "photoshopping," the process can be as simple as editing for bolder colors or as complex as totally removing a person from a photo like The Economist recently did with their cover photo. ...more

I'm very surprised to hear that a publication as respected as the Economist would stoop to this ...more