In his article “Accepting Manipulating or Manipulating What’s Acceptable?,” Quinn questions the photojournalist practice of editing and manipulating a photo using a computer. The author acknowledges the importance of computing technology in the development of photojournalism. However, he laments the growing ethical issues where photojournalists use the computer to manipulate different elements of a post-shootphoto, often with the intention of achieving dubious results. Photo editing and image manipulation are two old age practices, which are sometimes used to get the desired results, implying that it is not bad unless done with devious motives. Quinn feels that the computer has aided photojournalists to circumvent the journalism code of ethics. It is a deliberate choice made by photojournalists every time they lift a camera to shoot, and later take the photo through the editing process. Therefore, Quinn proposes a solution that exploits ethical use of best computer attributes. The proposed solution is grounded on a thread of ethical theory of consequentialism, deontology, and virtue theory.