Photo Manipulation

Greek police under fire over photos of terror detainees

A bruised Nikos Romanos. Photo: Reuters

Greek authorities are facing an uproar after allegations that police brutally beat four suspected members of a local terrorist group before publishing manipulated mugshots of the men in a crude attempt to disguise their injuries.

Wednesday, 6 February, 2013, 6:02am

Scene stealer

Photographs of cityscapes and buildings can be boring. That is why Imi Bond and Tara Jenkins, co-founders of Zzzoom Photography (, have assembled a collection of pop-art photography presenting a more vibrant side of the city.

16 Jan 2011 - 12:00am

Old practices fade as digital reality puts the artist back into focus

It looks like I am going to be getting a new camera soon. I will finally be switching completely to digital. I feel like the last holdout - a diehard film aficionado who appreciated and preached the quality, dependability, safety and permanence of this once glorious imaging medium - who is now about to change his tune.

26 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Forget botox, go digital instead

Don't be surprised if photos of your middle-aged female friends start displaying charms that may, ahem, be absent in the flesh. They might be getting a little digital help, thanks to a worldwide photo-retouching competition organised by Hong Kong portrait company Portico.

3 Feb 2005 - 12:00am

Software aids art of enhancing pictures

COLOUR pictures in travel brochures often look brighter and more intense than the real thing.

The aim is to convince clients that the particular location is a perfect holiday spot but, even the most professional photographer, armed with a stack of lenses and the latest equipment, cannot always guarantee perfection.

27 Oct 1993 - 12:00am