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originally posted by: minkmouse
a reply to: waverlyhills
Even with Photoshop one needs skill with the software to pull off a believable image manipulation. It's not something like you open up the software and push the HOAX Filter but yes it can be done, and it is getting easier.
originally posted by: Hellas
Is this the Loch Ness monster? Creature photographed in lake
Photographer Elle Williams captured this strange image of a creature from the deep while taking snaps at a Lake District beauty spot
Is this the Loch Ness monster – spotted 150 miles from its traditional home?
Photographer Ellie Williams captured this amazing image of what she believes to be a creature from the deep while taking snaps in the Lake District.
The 24-year-old had set up her camera tripod to automatically take photos throughout the day at Windermere.
It was only when she reviewed the images, which were supposed to be of the colours of the changing seasons, that she came across the shocking snap.
This looks to good to be true. I grew up with this stories about Nessie and I think that something is out there..
I would like to see the original high resolution version of this photo.
originally posted by: GoldKnight
a reply to: watchitburn
I zoomed in with my Google Chrome browser at 500% magnification.
At regular "100%" magnification it seems like the head might be reflected backwards (as you noted).
However, at 500% magnification it becomes clear that the head is not reflected at all -- the "backward head reflection" actually is a wave of water.
My impression is, if this was a fake, we could see more distortion at 500% magnification (such as CGI distortion) -- but, that is not what I see at 500% magnification. Instead, the body of the creature attains far greater realistic crisp detail at 500% magnification.