Some interesting examples of media fakery there. Although the NY Daily News
analyses of the frauds don't seem very credible.
This one, of England's King George VI on the far right (now you see him, now you don't), his wife Queen Elizabeth, and on the left, Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie.
From: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/histori ... ?pmSlide=9
The NY Daily News
caption for the fake "photos" reads:
Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie with Queen Elizabeth
Not all people were removed to erase history, as shown in this doctored photo of Canadian Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie with Queen Elizabeth from 1939. While running for re-election, Mackenzie must have thought he would be more electable if King George VI was removed from this picture when it was used for an election poster.
It's very unlikely that George VI was "removed" from the photo. Filling in gaps is extremely difficult to do, especially in an old-style darkroom. Much more likely that the three creatures were never together in the first place. The two "photos" - with and without George - are both composite fakes.
The Windsors were pioneers of photo fraud and deception. George VI and Elizabeth were likely never in Canada for that "photo". Why bother? It's so much easier to stay back home quaffing the G&Ts while the flunkeys compose a fake image to show the two/three of them 'together'.
Why would the fraudsters have another bash at faking it, the second time without the king? Perhaps there were compromising photographs that belied the fraud. Perhaps real photos showed George elsewhere when he was supposedly in Canada with Elizabeth and Mackenzie.
Here's another more recent dodgy Windsor photo.. At first glance, it's a great shot of Brenda commanding a magnificent stallion... Or is it? To my untrained eye, the ELA looks very iffy. Look at that impossibly vertical line to the right of her head. Not to mention the ridiculously long tail on the horse.
And here's Prince Harry studying hard at Eton College. Doting photo of Lady Di on his desk.. nice touch.. But hmm.. that bottle..and those blocking artifacts above and around the young scholar's pen, and on that orange Osram box. They don't look at all right..
Windsor photos from Viscount Rothermere's Daily Mail
As per forum rules, photos from: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/moslive ... years.htmlhttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... tions.html
A few more royal "photos" here which don't ring true..http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... beach.html