Of course that Apollo photos are faked.
See this animation made with the photos AS11-40-5957 and AS11-40-5958:
Look up, and you see a translation; look down, and you see a rotation!
It talks, doesn't it!
And there are plenty of other such examples.
I have web pages crammed full with such examples.
Another example with the photos AS11-40-5862 and AS11-40-5863:
Don't you notice something abnormal?
Look at the US plate I have circled in red; between the two pictures the astronaut has moved on the right and back; we should see more of the US plate
on the second photo and we even see less of it!
On the photos AS11-40-5942 and AS11-40-5943 examine attentively the devices the astronaut is carrying:
You'll see they are not the same.
But I'll stop here, I have hundreds of other examples.
I have filled web pages with examples:
- the sunlight which varies in all directions
- the inclination of the sun which doesn't correspond with the length of the shadows (proven by a demonstration in Apollo 12).
- Backgrounds which move synchronously with foregrounds
- backgrounds and foregrounds with rotate in opposite directions
- the upper part and the lower part which make different movements
- Plenty of photos in which it is obvious that none of the two astronauts could take the photo
- plenty of photos on which what we see in the visor contradicts what we see on the photo
- the landscape rotating around the flag, Surveyor, or the ALSEP, but the latter refusing to follow the rotation.
- The Jeep which is supposed to be circling but is making a funny translation
- plenty of tricks made by the astronauts (some hilarious).
- repetitive mud spots, absolutely identical, on thirty photos in Apollo 16
- Pistons hanging loose without being connected to anything (examples in Apollo 11 and Apollo 17).
- A bent nail in a fork which is hanging in the air without any support in Apollo 16 (no kidding!)
- curious faces which appear when you add luminosity
- disney characters
- plenty of impossible perspectives
- the LEM which doesn't stop moving from place to place, and so does the flag.
I'm not exaggerating, all this really exists in the Apollo journal:
Of course, all these errors can only be intentional, and not be made by incompetence; the fakers were even very competent, and I have every evidence
that they were knowing everything about spatial geometry, photography, perspective; they have been playing with them.
So, why did they give themselves the evidence the photos were faked?
The answer is obvious: They disagreed with those who gave the orders of faking the photos, and they figured that people should know the photos were
If they had made the photos convincing, and have denunced the trick afterwards, the government would have said they were frauds, and had not
participated to the faking, and nobody would have believed them, the only result is that they would have been disconsidered.
And I present excluvively authentic photos directly taken from the Apollo journal!
Yes, it is weird, and I have been awed when I saw all this, and yet it is really present in the Apollo journal!