Yeah... this argument cracks me up. EVERY digital image has been "digitally manipulated", just like every film image has been manipulated by just choosing the kind of film used.
And putting warning labels on art? I don't even want to THINK about the precedent they're creating there.
This photograph contains Art. Art is only a theory, and is not to be accepted as a Reality without additional research...
Art? I thought I was discussing advertising. Plenty of ads contain fine print...
- Serving suggestion -
- Filmed on a closed road -
and that entire screen full of stuff they have to stick on drug advertisements.
Nothing wrong with that. I just don't think it would be possible to enforce such a rule in the case of nasty advertisers promoting unhealthy body images through misleading postprocessing.