posted on May, 16 2013 @ 09:30 AM
The press image of the year...looks fake...The reason it looks fake is because it looks like a painting. Unreal. It also looks composed and staged.
This is a big problem, because to my eye there has obviously been some additional working to the image, at the very least, retouching, tinting, etc.
The real issue here is this. Digital photography, is made up of pixels, same as digital TV. Pixels are easily interchanged and images can easily be
manipulated. I have had suspicions for years that the reason we see so many faked UFO vids on youtube, is because they are beta tests, because one of
these days there will be a video that the human eye wont be able to detect as a fake...after that the lid will really be off the can of worms and you
wont know what the hell your watching on the news..as this picture demonstrates.
The other issue is this...whoever took and edited this image, and whoever spawned the controversy it caused has damaged the REALITY of the Palestinian
suffering. Because this image depicts such a sensitive real world issue, and the image has been the subject of controversy...as to its
authenticity...this then can aid Israel in stating its just Palestinian propaganda...To me its easy to see the purpose behind this image..the purpose
to making it the winner of the year...then the purpose is an attempt to discredit the Palestinian suffering. the image is delibretly staged to appear
unreal and fake, no matter what the judgement is now, people including myself will see it does not look real...the public opinion might be swayed into
thinking that if this is faked then the Palestinian suffering is fake...I am sure this is the real intention of this image.
What I would find more interesting is, who took this image..and who made it the press photo of the year...Because I am guessing I already know the
answer to what country those involved break bread with..and its not Palestine.
edit on 16-5-2013 by TheBlackHat because: (no reason