PopPhoto and Ethics

I sort of stopped reading the technical photo magazines. It’s not that I didn’t like them, it’s just … well … I already know I’m a geek and I’m not good at controlling that geekyness, so I stopped a few years back.

But one column by Stan Horaczek has me thinking I need to support PopPhoto again. Here’s a lesson every journalist should adhere to:

And while compromising our relationships with camera-makers is bad, compromising our relationships with readers would be far worse. To me, spreading possibly-false information in the name of ad impressions does both.

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