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Originally posted by Patriotgal
reply to post by tribewilder
ASIDE from the shoulder-patch differences- thet are each carrying TOTALLY different versions, of the M16- one (left guy), a standard M4 carbine, the other (right), a STOCK M-16A1, which I THOUGHT, was NOT in service, now. THAT, is an OLD gun! SOMETHING, is not right, here.
Originally posted by garbageface
That picture is clearly NOT photoshopped. Sometimes I just don't know about some of you. . .
I'm betting everybody who thinks it's shopped has never used photoshop, or a digital camera, and knows very little of either.
Sometimes pictures of a digital camera naturally look photoshopped, because everything is in focus and the colors are crisp with no real depth of field. Digital cameras don't see the same way that we see with our eyes, so it looks a little bit off when looking at a picture. This is why a lot of photographers still stick with film and don't like digital cameras.
There's no reason for this to be a shop, and it simply just isn't. It's just a digi cam photo with no depth of field. This is an incredibly common thing.
[edit on 26-7-2010 by garbageface]
So, CNN, you post a picture of 2 navy soldiers along with this article about 2 abducted soldiers but the picture is not of the guys that were taken. So what do you think the family of those 2 soldiers in that picture think when they see it. I tell you what they thought. My friends husband was one of those guys in the picture and she thought it was her husband that had been taken. How cruel it that!!! She hadn't heard from him and to see that. Maybe you should think about what you are doing to these poor familys back home before you do something like that. You certainly owe them an apoligy. Think next time!!!
Purpose? Waste our time probably. They're learning fast!
Originally posted by Hellas
Wow.. such a speech to point out that you don't understand a thing about DSLRs.. Since when do digital cams have no depth of field??