The invention of Photoshop and other image altering tools has disrupted the field of photojournalism. Drawing upon a collection of altered and staged images, some amusing and some very serious, photographer Diane Covert will cover some of the ways images are manipulated to shape our thoughts and emotions. These images point to the problems created when large numbers of photographers chase small numbers of subjects, in a desperate search for that one image that will be splashed across newspapers, magazines and the internet.
We would like to thank Deniz Dutton and Aygul Balcioglu for covering the recent Music on Saturdays concert at the Belmont Public Library. PHOTOJOURNALISM LECTURE
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