posted on Jun, 15 2008 @ 11:36 PM
Well, I happen to work with graphic editors quite often as well, and think Jamie points out that this was definitely created with Photoshop. The
images show it with and so do the image signatures.
You can't scan a digital document. Digital documents are already digital. The whole idea of scanning is taking a paper document or image, and
scanning them to make them digital.
It is easy to say, "Well, I can tell you this is common etc. etc.". It is because digital imaging and corrections are done everyday. These
"Halo-like" Pixilization affects occur while working with a digital image (or manipulating it).
As Jamie shows you, the other scans are pixilization free. It is because they were not changed or enhanced with new text in Photoshop.
In this situation, the Birth Certificate was scanned, and the text changed. This is why the Text etc. have the Pixilization and the Seal is left