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On Editing Portraits: Do We Need a Code of Ethics?

For those who need a quick catch-up: I have no issues with light photo editing, but my ethics are challenged when a photographer manipulates the weight and shape of their subject. When a photographer tightens a subject's hips or elongates their jawline, they're transforming the subject into someone new.