Just got my Sept. 98 Rangefinder magazine with a nice image of a Great Blue Heron on the cover. Only trouble is, the image is obviously a fake. In reading the info inside it reveals the image was created in Photoshop. Then there is an article on Photoshop creation in the issue to go with this image. But, non one word on the ethical questions as to whether to fake images, use digital to create what one cannot capture on film or whether or not to label or tell. With a nice Heron like this I would expect most who see it won't know or care it was faked, they will assume it is a "real" photo of a Great Blue Heron. The guy found it, photographed it and was lucky enough to sell it. But, looking with some knowledge of Photography tells you it is a fake. Now those who believe it is real will have one more reason to distrust images they see. Should the Digital aspect be placed right with the image(on the cover) rather than in a box 5 pages into the magazine?