On 9/18/07, Kevin Cozens <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> 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!

I would be interested in learning more about high-level techniques for
analysis as well.
If anyone finds a resource.

Anthony Ettinger
Ph: 408-656-2473
var (bonita, farley) = new Dog;
farley.barks("very loud");
bonita.barks("at strangers");

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