Is It Real or Is It Photoshopped?

“Back when ‘photography’ meant film and negatives, few people could convincingly retouch a shot of President Bush giving his State of the Union address or

“Back when ‘photography’ meant film and negatives, few people could convincingly retouch a shot of President Bush giving his State of the Union address or craft a realistic photo of John Kerry at a war-protest rally next to Jane Fonda. Now that such possibilities are just a mouse click away, computer scientist Hany Farid of Dartmouth College is developing mathematical tests to identify altered, potentially misleading images.”


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Date:
November 24, 2016
Author:
XPLANE