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Photojournalist need freedom in order to present us with the facts What would we see if every picture were regulated Wed see flowers happy people and maybe the odd kiss Wed never see the truth about the world Everything would be a fantasy If the world was perfect then by all means show the happy people I dont care But showing a fantasy is like lying about the world or denying us of the truth We need truth not fantasies News is news not some candy coated fantasy that some people want it to be Maybe people want to see fantasies because they cant accept the fact that the world can be a cruel place The world is capable of committing terrible crimes so all you critics all I have to say is FACE IT Why hide the real world People can choose not to see things but they cant choose to see things that arent there If you dont want to face reality ignore the news just dont take it away from the people who want to face it Photojournalists need freedom to present us with the facts One of the most powerful pictures taken by a photojournalist is the picture of the fireman carrying a baby from the Oklahoma City bombing This picture received very negative reactions from some but I dont see why The picture shows the real tragedy and true emotions involved If the photojournalists had restrictions as some suggest this picture probably would not have been taken Why not Because its reality and it seems like the critics cant handle the truth If they could then theyd understand the importance of the picture Without freedom people would perceive the world as being perfect But in fact it isnt Because of this photojournalists need freedom to present us with the facts The picture taken by a Canadian soldier of another Canadian soldier beating a Somali teenager to death
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