Lucas Prado Melo wrote: > How can I identify (using gimp) if a photograph has been faked?
It would depend on how good a job was done in faking the image. The basics involve using a high zoom factor to see the pixels. Look for artifacts created by a poor blend of the added in (faked) part of the image and the original. Some possible indications of faked images are sudden changes in colour in pixels or pixels with colours that are quite different from those nearby (especially if it appears several pixels along a curve or a line), and differences in lighting direction or intensity. -- Cheers! Kevin. http://www.ve3syb.ca/ |"What are we going to do today, Borg?" Owner of Elecraft K2 #2172 |"Same thing we always do, Pinkutus: | Try to assimilate the world!" #include <disclaimer/favourite> | -Pinkutus & the Borg _______________________________________________ Gimp-user mailing list Gimp-user@lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU https://lists.XCF.Berkeley.EDU/mailman/listinfo/gimp-user