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How to fool people with your camera

Photos reveal. They can also mislead, especially when used to support an argument or to deliberately misinform, and especially when combined with a misleading caption.

HOW do you use your camera to make something look like something it is isn’t?

A good example of this occured when, in early 2020 during the Covid 19 pandemic, a photo was published on social media showing what was allegedly overcrowding at Farmgate Market, a farmers’…

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Russ Grayson

Russ Grayson

I'm an independent online and photojournalist living on the Tasmanian coast after nine months on the road in a minivan.

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