An Austrian newspaper Kronen Zeitung got caught using Photoshop to edit images in a news paper. They pasted a family over a building that looks like it was bombed.
Imagine how many other news agencies are doing this? How many picture have we see on newspapers that have EDITED our realities with false truths?
Even if they aren't editing our newspapers, how is the view of our reporters effected by the editing of images from foreign news?
Remember, no news or boring news doesn't pay the bills!
More here:The caption under the photograph that recently ran in Austria's Kronen Zeitung newspaper read, "People flee from the landscape of ruins that some parts of Aleppo have become." Well, that's only half true. The original photograph did show a Syrian family attempting to escape the missile and mortar-blasted city, but Austria's largest newspaper decided the original scene wasn't dramatic enough, so they cut-and-pasted them onto a shot of a bombed-out building. "Here again [is] an example of how the Kronen Zeitung interpreted the theme of truth in the press," one Facebook commenter wrote. The situation in Aleppo definitely doesn't need Photoshop enhancement to appear desperate. "The Krone," as it's known, apparently does.[Source]