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Would not the news editors at the website have used photoshop to enhance and zoom into the pics they provided? It was obvious that with arrows added, some photoshopping was done on the images posted on website.
originally posted by: Staroth
a reply to: CynConcepts
Honestly, I haven't a clue on the specs. Perhaps, the OP can update us on any more details from the actual witness contributor. He may have made his own adjustments before sending to website. Bulgaria is European Union and just because OP referred to the gypsies does not mean that this individual was one. This is right next to a USA/Bulgarian military base, obviously it has not been determined who provided these photos, so it is silly to state it is bogus based on pre-conceptions.
edit on 1 16 2016 by CynConcepts because: (no reason given)edit on 1 16 2016 by CynConcepts because: Trying to get rid of quirky quote box..lol.
I found the smoking gun. If you go to the article and save one of the photos to desktop, right click on it, and go to properties and then details you will see what camera was used, what settings and that the person used Adobe Photoshop CS along with time and date that photoshop was used.
originally posted by: lovebeck
First photos I've seen on ATS in a while that are rather interesting and not a clear cut case of blurds, CGI, or total a photoshop job.
Does anyone know when these were taken?