Calvin and Hobbes by Bill Watterson for September 17, 1992
Calvin: This is what I like about photography. People think cameras always tell the truth. They think the camera is a dispassionate machine that records only facts, but really, cameras lie all the time! Select the facts and you manipulate the truth! For example, I've cleared off this corner of my bed. Take a picture of me here, but crop out all the mess around me, so it looks like I keep my room tidy. Hobbes: Is this even legal? Calvin: Wait, let me comb my hair and put on a tie.