Skip to comments.Is Adnan Hajj (reuters photographer) two people?
Posted on 08/10/2006 6:31:50 AM PDT by AmericanMade1776
July 23 2006 Reuters Adnan Hajj
July 22,2006 Reuters Issam Kobeisi
One of the hottest rumors in the blogosphere today is that the photographer dismissed by Reuters over the weekend for digitally altering photos taken in Lebanon (by "cloning" images into his shots) is still taking pictures for the agency, using another name to hide his true identity
I don't think you can use "Bomb Magnet" lady as a basis for the theory. She's on the payroll and working it hard these days.
A Lebanese Hizbollah supporter shows the victory sign in southern Beirut, July 21, 2006. (Issam Kobeisi/Reuters)
No, the same lady might have been photographed by two different people.
Post 3....Reuters photo by Kobeisi purged from Reuters
Definitely an "A List" actress....
I really enjoyed how Michelle Malkin has exposed the smelly garbage fire on the cover of U.S. Today http://michellemalkin.com/archives/005687.htm
note the old tires burning in the background on the garbage pile...no wonder the smoke is so black.
Adnan Hajj got around so much he was almost in two places at the same time. Speculation has always been that a number of Arab-Muslim photographers were submitting fauxtos under the Adnan Hajj name
wowsie.....wowsie....the plot thickens
......the same lady might have been photographed by two different people.......
Very true.... recall the photos of the journalist herd shown at the GHM events. Since the events are staged, there should be many similar photos.
As I said in a previous thread, "Is this the standard 'I lost my house pose' in Lebanon?"
So many of these pictures coming from Lebanon are posed when the photographer, the person being photographed (whether it be "Lost My House Lady" or "Green Helmet Dude"), and the Hezbos would prefer that you view them as candid.
There is a big time propoganda effort on the part of the Hezbos. All information and analysis concerning the current situation in Lebanon must be taken with a grain of salt. You must ask yourself, "Am I being tricked?" And when you hear analysis of the situation, you must ask yourself, "Are they being tricked?"
I get it ...a staged event , where there are more than one photographer taking a picture of the same staged event...like this one
(HORRID GASH/NO BLOOD-at least they've started plastering the bodies in dust more evenly)
Apparently, others have noticed the similarities in the two photographers' work. The Jawa Report cites these two "different" images by the two different photographers:
Awe heck, maybe it's just a typo...
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