Steve McCurry exhibited recently near Turin (Italy). A photographer carefully watched one of his 6-foot prints from a recent documentary of Cuba and noticed some evident rearrangements of the background with obvious mistakes, for example a yellow pole coming out of the leg of a passer-by, which was not cleaned up properly or other cloning faults. A more careful analysis ensued and it became clear that good Steve, or more probably his printing team, had messed up with the original photo, with the intent to rearrange some details beyond control of the photographer at the moment of the take. Some questions arise: is it just an unprofessional processing of digitale images? should McCurry have kept a stricter control over the details of the final production of his images? should McCurry have briefed his technical crew more accurately? should McCurry have made a clear public statement about the degree of post processing his images undergo? is there a breach of trust between McCurry and the statements he makes and his viewers? Can he, as the ultimate responsible for his images, be accused of faking? Does this behaviour become an ethical case?