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January 18, 2012

Check this out - so strange and very unethical ...




By John Aravosis


BP photoshops fake photo of oil spill crisis command center to make it look busy


BP has now posted the "original" photo, they claim. Except - surprise - they are refusing to post the high-resolution version of the new "original" photo (update: they've now posted the original photo). They posted the high-res version of the altered photo earlier, and in fact, that version is still live via a link below the new photo. Why not post the high-res version of the new "original" photo? Afraid someone is going to enlarge it and find out it's fake too?

Read the rest of this very interesting story - HERE - and get "the picture" of how little we can trust a picture these days - everything have been through Photoshop, so don't believe in what you se out there.
Now here is the Photoshop job that the "professional" photographer did - this is just one part of the photo that he screwed up:
Anyone who has ever used Photoshop knows that this is an incredibly amateur job. I can do far better than this, and I tend to play with Photoshop for fun. We're to believe that a professional photographer did this poor a job, for pay, for a huge corporate client? Really? No one would hire this photographer again if this is true. Oh, and the photographer added the fake screens to the photo, what, without BP's permission? That's what they're implying, "the photographer did it."

Read the rest of this very interesting story - HERE 

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