The next series of UK reality TV show "The Apprentice" is drumming up lots of publicity ahead of its launch later this week for all the wrong reasons. In a Photoshop fail reminiscent of Vanity Fair's extra limb disaster earlier in the year, a number of the contestants have been given three hands in their promo shots.
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A debate has erupted in Ireland after Minister for Justice and Equality Charlie Flanagan publicly supported the notion that it should be illegal to take any photos of the Gardai, Ireland’s police service, while they are on duty. It follows one police officer having his name and photo published in an angry backlash online.
A new debate on plagiarism has been ignited after a South African photographer attended an art fair, only to find his photograph altered and credited to someone else. The American artist claiming credit for the work has questioned whether the photographer can still claim ownership.
When it comes to photographic equipment, do you always get what you pay for? Starting out, is it worth breaking the bank to acquire the same glass used by the industry’s leading professionals? One photographer decided to compare the results of two lenses with the same focal length but drastically different price tags.
Legendary rock singer Rod Stewart has joined the growing list of celebrity musicians being sued for copyright infringement. The case follows incidents involving Bruno Mars and Jessica Simpson, who both became embroiled in high-profile copyright court cases. Unlike his peers, Stewart is accused of using imagery for a gig backdrop without permission.
Meg Bitton, a photographer renowned for her portraits of children, is receiving backlash online for posting images of youngsters — some allegedly aged 11 — wearing revealing outfits, smoking, and in t-shirts supporting cannabis. In an age of children growing up and being sexualized too fast, how far is too far?