It’s a general (although perhaps not canonical) idea in Islam that there should be no representations of the human form.
OK. Art, paintings, there’s some historical examples but it’s generally accepted in Muslim societies.
How far does that go? Are photographs OK? I would assume obviously so, given that Arab newspapers carry photos.
But where’s the dividing line? Is a picture from a camera OK while one manipulated with photoshop (or Instagram’s filters say) not OK? Where is the dividing line between the allowable and not allowable representation of that human figure?