Heiwa wrote:Above photo shows a progressive global collapse of a skyscraper...
Heiwa, once again, you're off topic!
On this thread we are NOT really discussing what the pictures represent, but rather their digital content, and the tools more apt at spotting digital modifications. You should post your considerations about the collapse in the "9/11 digital simulation" forum, not here. Sorry if I repeat myself.
Oh feck it, here! The software found them!
That's exactly what that tool is for, to spot copy-paste on areas of the picture that are not too homogeneous. It seems that the tool works (a good reason to get gimp, I guess
), as long as we take its results with a grain of salt. It is an aid for our eyes more than a digital magic trick.
I just want to add that, being in this particular case the clone stamp all on the same side and not in the main part of the content (it obviously goes from top to bottom repeating the left side three times, to enlarge the picture or to cover some content on that side), it could be explained away with the need of a lazy photo editorialist to "stretch" the picture, as I noted on this post on page one: viewtopic.php?p=2358786#p2358786
. In which case this single element might not be enough to claim fakery on what the picture represent, and more cumulative clues might be needed.
Don't get me wrong, I'm talking from a forensic point of view. The picture is obviously fake.
In any case, today, 10 years later, the picture can only be found in this state, with the left side stretched by copy-paste: http://www.google.com/search?num=50&hl= ... 61&bih=887
No trace of an original without copy-paste on the side, if it ever existed...