Fairfax: don't rip photography out of the heart of your journalism – give your staff a fair go

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Peter Murphy
2 years ago
Full anf free media is vital to our democracy

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Neville Williams
5 years ago
Disruptive change is upon us all now sadly in no small way. The Sydney Morning Herald is one of our great institutions helping us to see ourselves with some clarity. I want that clarity maintained as much as is possible. I want you people to continue doing the good work you do as best as you possibly can. All the best and you are.

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Phillipa Watson
5 years ago
photos taken by amateurs will never completely rival the quality of professional photographers.

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Benjamin Galli
6 years ago
I too am a photographer and agree entirely with the intent of the petition.

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Kim Pollock
6 years ago
Photojounalism is a critical reflection of our world. Many people do not read the article or story but they may look at the photograph and be deeply effected.

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Tom Campbell
6 years ago
Because photography speaks tp people. It involves the public in your publication. It generates compassion and profit, humanity and loyalty. It betters us.

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carlo petrovich
6 years ago
i want freedom of information

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Therese Spillane
6 years ago
I work as a photographer for a regional community Fairfax newspaper and strongly feel that a writer and photographer are to unique talents and rarely can one person do both to a high standard

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Diana Trendall
6 years ago
I was a Fairfax photographer in the 1970's and 80's. It's an important job.

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Alison Lane
6 years ago
photos bring to life the great stories in The Herald