Windsor Morning | Dec 7, 2012 | 6:46

Photojournalism Ethics

A controversial newspaper photo has gone viral but its not necessarily a good thing for the photographer. The photo from a New York subway platform has raised ethical questions about photojournalism. We spoke to Windsor Star photographer Tyler Brownbridge.

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