Sydney Morning Herald photo editor, Wade Laube, on the vile internet photo hoaxers distributing fake pictures purporting to be from the recent Japan tsunami: http://tinyurl.com/4vvzdud
Or read here on Wade’s blog: http://tinyurl.com/4hc7nuf
Filed under Digital photography, documentary photography, News, Opinion, Photography, Photojournalism
Tagged as fake, hoax, hoaxes, photographs, photos, pictures, SMH, Sydney Morning Herald, tsunami, Wade Laube
I like you Rob don’t understand why people do it…..
Obviously people with no compassion whatsoever. With family (my wife) caught up in the middle of this and many friends potentially in big trouble if this power plant goes I’m sickened by the idea that anybody could want to make it worse than it already is.
I don’t have the personal connection you do, Paul…but I find it totally mystifying as to what satisfaction someone gets from an activity such as this. I cannot, for the life of me, fathom what motivation there is behind it. But hope your family and friends come through this unharmed…
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