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  • PREJEAN DEFENDS: Some Photos Photoshopped, 'Not My Body'. TRUMP: Photos not bad.

    05/08/2009 8:28:19 AM PDT · by wrrock · 21 replies · 3,349+ views
    Watch Video: http://www.butasforme.com/2009/05/08/trump-from-what-im-seeing-the-photos-are-not-extremely-bad/TRUMP ON PREJEAN: "Not Extremely Bad ... Shows Only One Thing... She is Beautiful." PREJAN DEFENDS: Some Photos Photoshopped ... Her Head ... Not Her Body.
  • Mahmud Hams/AFP/Getty - fauxtography at it again...

    05/05/2009 10:14:58 AM PDT · by epluribus_2 · 16 replies · 951+ views
    guardian ^ | today | epluribus_2
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/may/05/un-report-israel-gaza-negligence
  • Anger at fake Sarah Palin photos as smear campaign makes her 'look like a stripper'

    09/06/2008 6:49:14 PM PDT · by Stoat · 56 replies · 13,062+ views
    The Evening Standard (U.K.) ^ | September 6, 2008
    Anger at fake Sarah Palin photos as smear campaign makes her 'look like a stripper' Last updated at 23:52pm on 06.09.08   Skirting the issues: Clearly mocked-up photos like this are being used to undermine Sarah Palin's image as a serious politician Sarah Palin's credibility as a possible American Vice-President is being undermined by a series of spoof photographs circulated on the internet.The saucy pictures, which exploit her glamorous image, have been published amid a concerted ‘dirty tricks’ campaign against the former beauty queen, following her surprise appointment as 72-year-old Republican candidate John McCain’s running mate. One shows her apparently...
  • Iranian Fauxtography Bust

    02/18/2007 4:14:57 PM PST · by Starman417 · 13 replies · 1,426+ views
    Little Green Footballs ^ | 02-18-07 | Charles
    At Iran’s Fars News Agency, LGF readers tipped me off to a blatant Photoshop fraud in an article claiming to have discovered US weapons in Iran: Terrorists Use US-Gifted Arsenals. (Beware. The Fars News site resizes your browser window without asking, and may attempt other more sneaky things.) TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- Following a Saturday report about the use of US manufactured weapons in the recent terrorist operations in Iran’s southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan, a security official provided FNA with a photograph of the said weaponry.These arsenals have been confiscated during a raid on the hideout of a...
  • Photojournalism in Crisis (Dinosaur Media DeathWatch™)

    08/18/2006 7:49:13 AM PDT · by abb · 74 replies · 2,260+ views
    Editor & Publisher ^ | August 18, 2006 | David D. Perlmutter
    Amid the controversy over certain pictures from Lebanon, a longtime student of war photography asks, "I'm not sure if the craft I love is being murdered, committing suicide, or both." By David D. Perlmutter (August 18, 2006) -- The Israeli-Hezbollah war has left many dead bodies, ruined towns, and wobbling politicians in its wake, but the media historian of the future may also count as one more victim the profession of photojournalism. In twenty years of researching and teaching about the art and trade and doing photo-documentary work, I have never witnessed or heard of such a wave of attacks...
  • Presenting false images (WashTimes OpEd on Hajj&Co.)

    08/17/2006 6:31:17 AM PDT · by abb · 13 replies · 1,157+ views
    Washington Times ^ | August 16, 2006 | Joel Mobray
    When Reuters was forced to sever ties with free-lance photographer Adnan Hajj and remove more than 900 of his photos from its database earlier this month, long-whispered questions about the reliability of Arab stringers and freelancers came to the forefront. But while the widespread use of Arab locals in covering the Middle East raises many legitimate concerns, the Palestinian propaganda machine has enjoyed tremendous success over the years hoodwinking supposedly sophisticated Western journalists. And Hezbollah appears to have done the same over the past month. In short, almost nothing that is purported to happen in the Arab world can automatically...
  • Lebanon photos: Take a closer look (In the LA Times???)

    08/12/2006 8:59:51 AM PDT · by pissant · 36 replies · 1,901+ views
    LA Times ^ | 8/12/06 | Tim Rutten
    THE controversy this week over Reuters' distribution of digitally manipulated, falsely labeled and — probably — staged photos of the fighting in Lebanon hasn't been nearly as large as it should have been. Credit for bringing the sordid business to light goes to Charles Johnson, a musician and Los Angeles-based blogger, who operates a hard-edged right wing website unfathomably called Little Green Footballs. Last Saturday, Reuters, which is headquartered in London, transmitted two photographs by one of its regular Lebanese freelance photographers, Adnan Hajj, whose work for the agency has appeared in many American newspapers since 1993. An anonymous tipster...
  • AP captures Hezbollah setting up Photo Shoot for Reuters [Staging the Fauxtos]

    08/11/2006 11:47:13 AM PDT · by TaxRelief · 230 replies · 26,702+ views
    1) Man arrives with suitcase full of American toys and dismantles doll in pink dress. (AP) 2) Man carries dismantled doll, minnie mouse and teletubbie for placing in dramatic poses. (Reuters) 3) Fauxtographer takes pictures when props are in position.(Reuters)
  • 'Fauxtographers' Get Smoked by the Blogosphere

    08/11/2006 4:04:16 AM PDT · by Tom D. · 13 replies · 897+ views
    Carolina Journal Online ^ | August 11, 2006 | Jon Sanders
    Fauxtographers' Get Smoked by the Blogosphere By Jon Sanders August 11, 2006 This week provided yet another example of the value of the blogosphere. On Saturday, August 5, the "Little Green Footballs" weblog (LGF) highlighted a Reuters photograph which "shows blatant evidence of manipulation ... repeating patterns in the smoke; this is almost certainly caused by using the Photoshop 'clone' tool to add more smoke to the image." Untold numbers of bloggers investigated, and within hours Reuters had killed the photo. Shortly afterward, Reuters fired the photographer, Adnan Hajj, and removed all 920 images it had on file from Hajj....
  • More Death cult Propaganda - Fauxtography

    08/10/2006 2:16:12 PM PDT · by finnman69 · 9 replies · 589+ views
    LGF ^ | 8/10/06
    Before A Relative carries the body of Rajaa Abu Shaban, into Shifa hospital in Gaza City, Wednesday, Aug. 9, 2006. An Israel air strike against Islamic militants in Gaza City on Wednesday killed three people, including 5-year-old Rajaa Abu Shaban, and wounded two more, Palestinian officials and witnesses said. The Israeli army said its forces attacked a ‘terrorist training camp’ in Gaza, but gave no further details. (AP photo/Adel Hana) The body of three-year-old Palestinian girl Raja Abu Shaban lies in the morgue after she was killed by an Israeli air strike in Gaza August 9, 2006. An Israeli...
  • AP Beirut Photo Raises Questions (Burka Lady)

    08/08/2006 10:22:21 PM PDT · by jiggyboy · 131 replies · 4,546+ views
    ynetnews.com ^ | August 8, 2006 | Yaakov Lappin
    A woman has made two appearances in photographs used by the Associated Press and Reuters, allegedly wailing over the destruction of her Beirut home. US bloggers have however noticed that photographs were taken two weeks apart from each other, according to times stamps on the images, and that the photographs were taken in different locations. "Either this woman is the unluckiest multiple home owner in Beirut, or something isn't quite right," noted the author of the Drinking From Home blog.
  • 'Times' War Photos Artfully Staged, Directed

    08/09/2006 10:40:38 AM PDT · by BrynS728 · 44 replies · 3,390+ views
    Gawker.com ^ | 8/9/2006 | Gawker.com
    Reuters, you are not alone. The news agency fired a photographer this weekend after it became clear that he had doctored war photos from Lebanon, but it would seem that Reuters isn't the only respectable news organization with this problem. While not quite so stupid as to get sloppy with Photoshop, Tyler Hicks of the venerable New York Times has some questionable work of his own. In this photo, a man appears to be pulling a remarkably un-dusty, possibly dead man from wreckage in Tyre -- note the victim's shorts and his hat, which is conveniently tucked to his side....
  • Reuters admits altering Beirut photo

    08/06/2006 5:57:32 AM PDT · by MatchGrade · 69 replies · 4,648+ views
    A Reuters photograph of smoke rising from buildings in Beirut has been withdrawn after coming under attack by American web logs. The blogs accused Reuters of distorting the photograph to include more smoke and damage.
  • Bush Book Upside Down

    09/27/2002 1:14:55 PM PDT · by Gumlegs · 24 replies · 4,409+ views
    Urban Legends Website ^ | Unknown | Unknown Internet Source
    Haev you gotten this one in your e-mail? Origins: We don't yet know the provenance of this photo, such as where and when it was taken. It's a funny picture, but even if were real, it would still be just a funny picture. If it weren't a manipulated image, it could have come about because an aide handed the book to President Bush for a quick schoolroom photo opportunity, the President didn't immediately notice it was upside-down because he was looking at the student to his right, and a photographer managed to snap a picture before the error was corrected....