reply to post by OrganicAnagram33
Sorry bud, but -- without even blowing up the image you can see the pixel mismatch, which can ONLY happen as a result of digital manipulation.
Here is how it was done, Somebody was really standing there, in that pose... and the picture was taken, it was then dodged and burned, and has a pure
white "glow" effect added to the layer (that is the person after effects).
This is not even open to debate, If you sent me a picture of that house with 10 people standing in front of it, in about 10 minutes I can make all 10
people look exactly like that.
I'm betting that is the ladies son, or her herself standing there....
And NO. Exiff data doesn't have to exist. It's very easy to remove exiff data from your picture. How? Just take a picture of your edited picture,
and presto... the new picture has authentic Exiff data.
To do this with no quality loss, we use the magic "Print Screen" button.
Also, it's quite apparent that this is a horrible fake, like the guy above me said, he actually stated that it's so bad he can't actually be convinced
that anybody made it, because anybody with "knowledge" of the tools would understand that a ghost should not be opaque.
This is poor reasoning. For one, it could be an intentionally poor fake, as an experiment to see how many people would actually respond positively to
In this particular instance, you would have to provide proof that an anomoly like that one has existed before, and no -- this is NOT the same thing as
a refraction from a flash off of a window indoors. This is a naturally sun lit photo, a flash would not be bright enough to cause any kind of solid
opaque pure white shape. It's simply impossible.
edit on 21-5-2011 by Laokin because: (no reason given)