We already made that point in our June issue with “How a Photo Can Ruin Your Life.” But today brought a stark reminder of the reason, when the U.S. Attorney in New Jersey charged five alleged Islamic radicals with plotting to kill soldiers at Fort Dix and another with aiding and abetting.
When the Olympus E-410 camera outfit was delivered to our lab a few days ago we did what we always do-- we opened the box and examined its contents. Tucked neatly into the small (9x6x6, LxWxH), compact box lies the E-410 camera body, Zuiko Digital lenses 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 and 40-150mm f/4-5.6 (tested in January 2007), along with a battery, charger, cables, strap, software and manuals. When we first held the camera we immediately felt a difference in the grip, like something was missing. It was s
In our June issue (out now), Contributing Editor Neal Matthews explores several cases where photos taken with the intention of documenting the playful exuberance of youth have landed mothers, fathers and even grandmothers in jail, in debt, divorced, devastated, and humiliatingly branded for life as a sex offender. Read the full article here.