Tag Archive for photoshop

Scientology must be low on funds, they still haven’t hired decent photoshopper

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Oh, Scientology, how gullible you must think we are. Sunday Funnies: Portland Cleared, On to the Rest of Earth! | The Underground Bunker. Yesterday’s events in Portland turned out to be a riot here at the blog as we followed the adventures of Mark “Wise Beard Man” Bunker. Bunker was there to witness David Miscavige…

Visual evidence of monsters no good anymore but people see what they believe

The Surgeon's photo of the Loch Ness monster. Known to be a hoax (click on picture)

Pictures? Unreliable. Video? Can be faked. Stories? An endless, dubious parade of them. Even DNA – problematic. Only a body will do to prove the existence of monsters. Are we attuned to fakery now? Has the internet killed the Loch Ness monster? | Philip Hoare | Comment is free | guardian.co.uk. Exactly 80 years ago…

New software to detect photo manipulation launched

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Hany Farid, a professor at Dartmouth College, has built a career and a reputation as a leading researcher in digital image forensics. He is the co-founder and chief technology officer of a start-up company, Fourandsix Technologies, that aims to provide this service to find photo fakes across a wide spectrum of clients. Useful? Indeed. A…

Barbie doll model Lukyanova likely enhanced more than surgically

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Ukranian Model Valeria Lukyanova, Barbie-lookalike, calls herself a “Living Doll”. The story of her transformation via cosmetic surgeries and some impossible looking and weirdly fakish photos have been all over the internet this week. Is she is real? One man comes forward to say she is trying to get money from him and he thinks…

Na na na na naaa! These nagas aren’t real.

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ShukerNature: MODERN-DAY NAGAS…OR PHOTOSHOPPED FRAUDS?. According to Hindu and Buddhist mythology, nagas are ancient serpent deities that can take human or semi-human form, and in Buddhist mythology a naga can have several heads. They are most often represented as huge cobras with expanded hoods. Needless to say, however, no such thing as a multi-headed cobra…