The July 2 edition of Time magazine stepped into the quicksand of fake news allegations by creating a photo illustration cover concept which pitted polarized segments of society against each other – and underscored the pitfalls of communicating effectively and honestly with photojournalism in the post-truth era.
About The Author
Former Associated Press photographer and photo editor using his only skill set. Primary instructor at the Westerville Center for Photography.
October 2, 2018
January 4, 2021