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As recordings of the visible, journalistic photographs must be fair and accurate representations of what the photographer witnessed.

Neither alterations to a photograph that mislead the public, nor staging events while depicting them as spontaneous, are acceptable in journalism. Nor should one publish a photorealistic synthetic image made by artificial intelligence and pretend that it is an actual photograph.

Any deviations to these basic principles must be explained in a caption or credit and marked, where appropriate, by an icon indicating the kind of manipulation that occurred which is placed on or below the image when published.

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