A group of 50 politicians want a new law stating published images must have bold printed notice stating they have been digitally enhanced.
“It is not an attempt to damage creativity of photographers or publicity campaigns, but to advise the public on whether what they are seeing is real or not.”
Well, yes. And that’s before you get onto how unpleasantly inhuman all these doctored images look.
Also, I love that the term ‘airbrushed’ seems set to stick around long, long after every genuine airbrush has been consigned to the scrap-heap