The original shot caught a Syrian rebel fighter moving from his position, his AK-47 in hand. It also showed something else: “a colleague’s video camera” in “the lower left corner of the frame,” according to the AP’s investigation. Before filing the image to his editors, Contreras used digital software to take the camera out of the shot. For this, he was cut loose. The news agency’s investigation found that it was the only image he’d “manipulated” in such a way. —Should the AP Really Have Fired This Pulitzer-Prize War Photographer?.
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