Category Archives: Ethics

The Touching Side of Photo Manipulation

Photoshop is all too often in the news for all the wrong reasons, including images being manipulated to make people skinnier or less wrinkly. Trying to achieve the impossible perfection. It is regularly blamed for eating disorder and causing distress. … Continue reading

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A Colourful Past

There’s something special about looking through an old box of photographs, colours faded and over exposed. It’s also fascinating to look through even older photographs in black and white. Images of people, places and times gone by. I remember teaching … Continue reading

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Processed Food

Why is it that the burgers on the posters of McDonalds always look more appealing than the ones you actually get on your tray over the counter? This was a question asked recently by a customer in Toronto, Canada. Surprisingly, … Continue reading

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Scent Cam

After years of research it’s finally arrived, a camera that can capture not just what you see but also what you can smell! Jessops have produced the Scent Cam which can print photos that you can smell!   April Fool! … Continue reading

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