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I'm disturbed by their eyes which "scream" a profound mental instability.
Originally posted by TKDRL
Both of those "smirks" look like the work of the liquify tool in photoshop to me.
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I am seeing a memory hole and activist removal operation going on now. Things can only get worse
Originally posted by mainidh
reply to post by Vitruvian
And? You're saying they are the same person now?
And they're using the ONE photo that elicits the response you're showing them...
media photos of the "shooter" were digitally altered to make them appear deranged.
AP's director of photography Santiago Lyon said, "For us, there's a zero-tolerance policy of adding or subtracting actual content from an image."
AP pictures must always tell the truth. We do not alter or digitally manipulate the content of a photograph in any way. The content of a photograph must not be altered in Photoshop or by any other means. No element should be digitally added to or subtracted from any photograph. The faces or identities of individuals must not be obscured by Photoshop or any other editing tool.
It is not just the fact that they are manipulating the images, but they are lying to the readers. ....What you’re seeing is my lens, my perspective of the world, or how best I can interpret it to you...... If I ever find myself questioning whether or not to alter an image, then perhaps the image wasn’t that great from the start.