As usual, most of the debate was pro or against D.A. Harvey by people not knowing the facts and pretending to judge, forgetting as usual the principle of innocence.
Personally I started to think about photojournalism and why I never worked in that field.
This week picture is a symbol of my choice and a good starting point to explain it.
My opinion about the Magnum case is very simple: I do not understand what is going on and what was behind the series of events, included the elimination of some pictures by Harvey from the agency archive, that ended with the suspension.
I only know that for me a man is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, and I’m sure there are better reasons to suspend people from a photo agency, like for example staging images, retouching them and being an a%%^#le with a poor Afgan girl. But if you create a propaganda that fit the agency nobody will suspend you, no matter how much you cheated.
The time will tell how things went.