posted on Nov, 6 2009 @ 01:31 AM
reply to post by On the Edge
Sorry On the Edge, I forgot to address the negatives in my previous post.
The actual negative strip is impossible to make a judgement on as there is no detail and it is viewed under yellow light. Negatives should always be
viewed under white flourescent light. It is simply too far away to see anything but a blob or a blur, which at that distance is easily faked.
The second image of the negative, the close up, is a digital scan, and the cut and paste lines can still be seen around the face. The zoom in on the
negative is a different size to the close up of the actual photo print detailing the TV only.
I must admit, however, that if those lines are ACTUALLY on the negative, then that suggests Photoshop manipulation was not used. It could suggest
that, as someone has already posted, the image could literally have been pasted or taped on to the actual screen. The face shape and details are still
different to the extreme closeup of the color image, which says that all is not right.
It is more than likely that the close up color image is faked digitally, and the original photo negative was a paper and sticky tape on the screen
fake, that's why it appears on the negative with a different facial shape and detail.
A double whammy if you like.