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Originally posted by abovetech
Pretty sure it's CGI.
I can give you tons of CGI pictures that most people think are real.
Originally posted by 30 Seconds
want to know how to figure out of a picture is fake or not? ask yourself...does it look real?
i didnt even have to look at the picture to closely to realize it was fake, id say...less then 1 second and i knew it wasnt. how can people be so, dont want to say stupid, but easily fooled?
Originally posted by amanbuthimself
freakyclown you have sourced a picture but I'm not drinking the kool aid here.
According to you: If something is linked to on A DOD website it must be real?
Hypothetical situation: Joe Bloggs (hobbyist), such as anyone who can't tell that the picture is of a model or toy uploads the picture with an article on the V22 or even a toy or model article.
Joe Bloggs (web editor) see's the picture puts it on the website because it's his job, captions it and that is what he's paid to do.
FACT: The picture showed up on Wikipedia BEFORE the website. Go and look for yourself.
Wikipedia V22 article sys 2nd Feb 2008 en.wikipedia.org...:V-22_Osprey_refueling.jpg
DOD picture says 6th Feb 2008
Your faith in denying the possibilities is disturbing young clown
There are a lot of high definition pictures out there that are pretty sharp and "look" fake.