Ed Driscoll

The Camera Doesn't Lie--Except When It Does

Michelle Malkin uses Kathrine Harris’s complaints that photos of her during the conclusion of the 2000 presidential election were digitally manipulated by the news media, to look at its long history of altering photos.

And as Jonah Goldberg noted a few years ago, even when a photo isn’t altered, it can also distort reality, by not offering any context behind an initially shocking image.