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Dear Partisan Journalists: Don't Drag Us Photographers Down With You

6 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

As perceptions of bias have led to devastating levels of mistrust in the media, the role of political photography has remained relatively uncontroversial. While writers might deftly tweak facts to fit a narrative, photographers covering politics have less of a scope to inject their personal opinion into their work. The camera, as they say, doesn't lie.
But today, with both ends of the political spectrum seemingly desperate to show just how dangerous the other side is, press photography is being pulled into the shouting match between left and right.
A screenshot of a Newsweek article using...
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