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May 17, 2011

Photoshopping images

The ability to change photographs drastically seems to be so easy now that we would be wise to not look on any photograph as providing definitive proof about anything without corroborating evidence.

The article and accompanying video gives the basics of how it is done.

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Important words, Mano. I find the same is becoming increasingly true for video these days. I've been playing with video and audio recording for several years now as a hobby. In learning the craft, one thing that I've been struck by is that virtually nothing we see in a movie is "real" Even movies without special effects are 'color corrected' (meaning the editors can change the colors and 'look' of the video to almost anything they want) and edited in other ways. Audio tracks are edited (compressed, limited, etc.) as well.

Posted by Tim on May 19, 2011 01:49 PM