Let's post photo's of anything, a tree, a house, a car, a person. That we know are real, so personal photo's can also work. And try to debunk them
as being photochopped. Critically analyze the photo's like you've analyzed alien, ufo or ghost photo's before (like the alledged chilean alien
midget photo posted recently).
I may have some to post when I get home. I doubt people will feel as compelled to debunk photographs without some sort of claim behind them. You
know how that goes. Just check a former member's statement in my signature.
Ok, for comparison's sake this is an unaltered image taken about 2 years ago at a local festival. Hopefully, this will give people a better
understanding of how such photos are faked.
Using that as a base I opened the same image in Photoshop. First I created a duplicate layer of the image, I then used Gaussian blur about 5 times
until you can only make out shapes and colors. You then set that layer to multiply, this gives the whole image that kind of white, dreamy look. Next
using the clone tool, I copied the cannon balls and pumpkins. A little of the smudge tool and more blurring to hide imperfections. Next, a little
motion blur to give it those blurred angled lines. And applied Gaussian blur one more time. The end result is what you see below. In all, around 4-6
minutes of Photoshopping.
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