And seeing those posts changed my mind about the use of these kinds of images. When I first wrote about this Crikey story, I suggested Adobe ought to prohibit photorealistic images which claim to depict real events. But I can also see an argument that an image representative of a tragedy used in commemoration could sometimes be more ethical than a real photograph. It is possible the people in a photo do not want to be associated with a catastrophe, or that its circulation could be traumatizing.
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