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21PETA's belief (deontological ethics) is that it should communicate its message in acompelling and attention-grabbing manner. Principles of photography ethics govern how we takeand distribute photos. The picture of the middle aged woman in pain is devastating. Ethics inphotography are subjective, contextual, and ever-evolving, which means that they are unique toeach individual since they are shaped by the experiences and values of that individual.(KelsoSandlin, 2016).The photo infringed on the woman private times, such as when she wasmourning.There was need for the journalist to respect the woman’s privacy or secrecy if theyhave requested it regarding their identity or situation. When the use photos to makemanipulations and enhancements we are confronted with ethical and aesthetic concerns. Ethics isa collection of principles that we make up to describe what we consider right and wrong.First-ever images inspired people throughout the globe to think about capturing the worldas they perceive it.As a result of the photo taken, we can observe what is happening in the worldand to other people. The journalist had an idea that their story would profoundly impact the

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