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Tough question. Is it OK for photo journalists to take the the same picture from the same perspective, nearly the same lighting, focus, attention... and call it their own? My gut tells me yes. As with the photos in the slideshow, the photos were taken at different times. And my opinion is that the Zeiskes' photos are better than Peter Bialobizeski's, so it's an updated look at the same thing. It is different. But being the same image complicates it. When I think about this beyond the photo journalist perspective, and look from my own, as a print journalist, I know it would be an obvious case of plagerism if I were to write an article that is almost entirely the same, from the same perspective, with the same focus, etc. This comparison might be a stretch, so I'd propose, for credibility's sake, adding a photo cutline or tag that says something like this, "Photo inspired by the earlier work of Peter Bialobizeski, 2001."


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