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Portrait of the Photographer as a Drowned Man. The first fake photo ever created: Hippolyte Bayard pretending to be a suicide victim. (1840)

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The Valley of the Shadow of Death. Cannonballs were strewn across a road to enhance the drama of this melancholy war scene. (April 23, 1855)

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Street Urchins Tossing Chestnuts. The chestnut, which is barely visible in the thumbnail, is suspended from a fine piece of thread. (1857)

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Interior of the Secundra Bagh. Human bones were disinterred and scattered around to recreate the aftermath of a battle. (March or April 1858)

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Mumler’s Spirit Photos. William Mumler created the genre of the spirit photo: ghostly images supposedly caught on film. (1861-1879)

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A Sharpshooter’s Last Sleep. Civil War photographers used a corpse as a movable prop. (Taken in 1863. Exposed as a fake in 1961.)

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Petticoat Politics. A Northern photographer created this image of Confederate President Jefferson Davis in a dress. (May 1865)

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Lincoln’s Portrait. The head of Lincoln was pasted onto the body of Southern leader John Calhoun in order to create a heroic-style presidential portrait. (Late 1860s)

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The Martyr Lincoln. One of many fake death photos of President Lincoln. (late 1860s)

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Dickens in America. An early example of how a celebrity's appearance could be tidied up in the darkroom. (December 1867)

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The Rope Trick. This model is not really sitting on a swing. (ca. 1888)

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The Silent City. An Alaskan prospector claimed this was a photo of a "silent city" mirage visible from Muir Glacier. It was actually a blurry photo of Bristol, England. (ca. 1889)

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The Sympsychograph. Supposedly a psychic projection of "a cat in its real essence." Intended as a joke, but taken seriously by many. (September 1896)

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A Bear and its Hunters. A humorous example of a staged scene. (ca. 1900)

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Pacific Sea Monster. Men in Ballard, Washington pose with a sea serpent that looks suspiciously like a log. (1906)

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William ‘Dad’ Martin’s Freak Postcards. Martin made a fortune selling "freak" postcards that featured midwesterners interacting with oversized animals and vegetables. (1909-1910)

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The Melon Party. In order to create this postcard of children eating a giant watermelon, photographer Alfred Stanley Johnson used wooden props. (1911)

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Ocean Execution. A vacation snapshot was creatively recaptioned to become evidence of a brutal execution scene. (December 1913)

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The Cottingley Fairies. Two young girls used paper cutouts to create a series of images of "fairies." These images are among the most famous fake photos of all time. (1917-1920)

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Trotsky Vanishes. Once Leon Trotsky fell out of political favor, Soviet censors attempted to purge all evidence of his existence. This included removing him from photos such as this one. (Taken in 1919; altered ca. 1967)

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Stotham, Massachusetts. An advertising monograph celebrated the architecture of a fictitious town. (Published in April 1920)

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The Nest of a Fatu-Liva. An image of square eggs satirically proves that the camera never lies. (1921)

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High-Pressure Hijinks. It is unlikely that water pressure alone is keeping this soldier suspended in air. (ca. 1923)

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Raised Runway. An April Fool's day image shows a raised runway in a German city. (Undated. Possibly from the 1920s.)

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Ada Emma Deane’s Armistice Day Series. Spiritualists claimed this image showed the spirits of dead war heroes. A newspaper identified the faces as living football players. (November 1924)

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Bloody Sunday, 1905. Soviet textbooks claimed this was a photo of 1905's Bloody Sunday massacre in St. Petersburg. It was actually a reenactment of that event. (1925)

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Mother Cat Stops Traffic. The news photographer arrived too late to capture the original scene, so he convinced the policeman to recreate it. (July 29, 1925)

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Death in the Air. Spectacular images of World War I dog fights were eventually exposed as photos of model airplanes. (Published in 1933; debunked in 1984.)

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Wisconsin’s Capitol Collapses. An April Fool's Day image of the Wisconsin state capitol collapsing due to an excess of gas generated by verbose debate. (April 1, 1933)

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Baby Adolf. This fake baby photo of Adolf Hitler circulated widely during the mid-1930s. (Late 1933)

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Lung-Powered Flying Machine. This April Fool's day image of a new method of flying fooled many, including the New York Times. (April 1, 1934)

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The Surgeon’s Photo. This is considered to be the most famous image of the Loch Ness Monster. It actually shows a fake serpent's head attached to a toy submarine. (Reportedly taken on April 19, 1934.)

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Whopper Hoppers. Giant grasshoppers were particularly popular subjects for tall-tale postcards during the 1930s. (circa 1935)

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The Perambulating Skull. Arthur Rothstein was accused of using a steer's skull as a movable prop in order to exaggerate drought conditions in the Great Plains. (May 1936)

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The Falling Soldier. Despite allegations that Robert Capa staged this famous war photo, historical research shows that he did not. (September 5, 1936)

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The Brown Lady of Raynham. One of the most famous ghost photos ever; it is also almost certainly nothing more than a double exposure. (September 19, 1936)

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The Commissar Vanishes. Soviet censors deleted the People's Commissar for Internal Affairs from this photo after he fell out of favor. (ca. 1940)

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Nazi Air Markers. Pictures of unusual shapes in farmers' fields led to fears that the Nazis were planning an air attack on the United States. (August 10, 1942)

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The Master Race. The British Army created this picture of an unkempt German soldier as part of its propaganda efforts. (May 8, 1943)

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Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima. This is probably the most famous photo from World War II. It was not staged, despite persistent rumors to the contrary. (February 23, 1945)

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Red Army Flag Over Reichstag. This photo was both staged and doctored in an attempt to create a Soviet version of the Americans' Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima image. (May 2, 1945)

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The Tydings Affair. This fake picture of Senator Tydings chatting with the head of the American Communist Party may have caused Tydings to lose his campaign for reelection. (1950)

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Miss Perfect Profile. The head of a modeling agency added creative captions, such as "Miss Perfect Profile," to the photos of his models in order to get newspapers to print them. (ca. 1950)

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The Kiss at City Hall. Robert Doisneau admitted in 1993 that he paid models to stage this romantic Parisian scene. (April 1, 1950)

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Venusian Scoutcraft. What George Adamski claimed was a photo of a UFO looks suspiciously like a lampshade with ping pong balls glued to it. (December 13, 1952)

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Dr. Schweitzer in the Congo. More than thirty years after its initial publication, this famous photo by W. Eugene Smith was discovered to be two photos composited together. (1954)

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The Peppered Moth. The many biology textbooks that used this image did not reveal that the moths were dead and glued to the bark. (1955)

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The Vanishing Belly Button. When the LA Times published this picture, it airbrushed out the model's belly button in order to "conform to regulations." (February 1964)

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Oswald’s Backyard Photo. Magazines that published this photo of Lee Harvey Oswald retouched portions of it, leading to suspicions that the original image itself was fake. It was not. (Published in February 1964)

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Thoughtography. Ted Serios claimed he could transfer his thoughts directly onto film. Skeptics disagreed. (Gained notoriety in 1967)

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The Bluff Creek Bigfoot. Bigfoot believers claim this is a photo of that elusive North American primate. Skeptics argue it shows a person in an ape suit. (October 20, 1967)

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The Missing Pole. An unknown photo editor decided to airbrush out the pole that was awkwardly situated behind Mary Ann Vecchio's head in the original version of this photo. (May 4, 1970)

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Francis Hetling’s Victorian Waifs. These photos of Victorian-era street children turned out to be modern frauds. (1974)

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Yeah Eckerd. The news photographer staged the scene by having a fan write the phrase "Yeah Eckerd" on the soles of his feet. (1981)

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The Case of the Moving Pyramids. In what became the first high-profile example of digital photo manipulation, National Geographic moved the pyramids slightly closer together to fit within the frame of the cover. (February 1982)

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Sinking Bus. This double-decker bus actually did fall into a hole in the road. The photo was not staged or digitally created. (March 3, 1988)

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The Disappearing Coke Can. An editor digitally removed a Coke can from this front-page image because he felt it ruined the composition of the photo. (March 31, 1989)

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Oprah’s Head Transplant. It's Oprah Winfrey's head, but it's Ann-Margret's body. (August 26, 1989)

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Madonna’s Gapless Glamour. Madonna got mad when she discovered a photo editor had digitally closed the gap between her front teeth. (December 1990)

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Missing in Action. The Pentagon concluded that the men in this photo were not American fliers missing in action in Vietnam. Instead, they were Soviet farmers. (July, 1991)

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White Hot Mama. Texas Governor Ann Richards' head was pasted onto the body of a model to create this magazine cover. (July 1992)

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The Disappearing Nipples. The editors of American Photo decided they had to digitally remove Kate Moss's nipples from this cover photo "as a matter of taste." (Jan/Feb 1994)

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Fire on Ice. Harding and Kerrigan were seen skating together on this Newsday cover, but the scene never occurred in real life. (Feb 16, 1994)

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O.J.‘s Darkened Mug Shot. Time magazine was accused of racism when it decided to use a darkened version of O.J. Simpson's mugshot on its cover. (June 27, 1994)

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Tootsie Redressed. Dustin Hoffman sued Los Angeles magazine for $5 million on account of this photo of his head pasted onto the body of a model wearing a silk gown. (Mar 1997 issue of Los Angeles magazine)

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The Tip of the Iceberg. This widely circulated photo is actually a digital composite of four different images. (Created in 1999. Circulating online since 2001.)

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Snowball the Monster Cat. Cordell Hauglie never anticipated that this picture of him holding a digitally enlarged version of his family cat would become one of the most popular images on the internet. (Circulating online since early 2000)

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Cut-and-Paste Diversity. In order to highlight their school's racial diversity, University of Wisconsin-Madison officials pasted a black student's face into this crowd scene that appeared on the cover of the undergraduate application. (September 2000)

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Chicken McNoggin. This news photo shows a fried chicken head that really was found in a box of McDonald's Mighty Wings. (Circulating online since late 2000)

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Pike Swallows Trout. This award-winning photo was taken at the Alaska Department of Fish & Game aquarium in Anchorage. It was not photoshopped! (Jan 22, 2001)

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A Sonic Boom. An unmanipulated photo of a cone of condensation forming around a Navy jet. (Taken in 1999. Found online in 2001.)

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Helicopter Shark. Despite what this photo shows, a Great White shark has never attacked a helicopter in San Francisco Bay. (Circulating online since Aug 2001)

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Tourist Guy. Created by a Hungarian man as a bit of dark humor to share with his friends, this photo became one of the most widely viewed images online in the weeks after 9/11. (Circulating online since September 2001.)

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Mid-Island Fish. This ad was supposed to express support for Long Island, New York businesses, but viewers noticed it showed a Seattle fishmarket. (July 29, 2002.)

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Bush Reads Book Upside-Down. In the original version of this photo, President Bush's book was not upside-down. (Found online, September 2002.)

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Leftist Patriot. Senator Daschle's hand was digitally flipped to make it appear he was repeating the Pledge of Allegiance incorrectly. (Circulating online since 2002. )

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The Lackawanna Shooter. A New York Times photographer was accused of staging this photo "like a fashion shoot." (Published Sep 20, 2002)

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The Misleading Steak Premiere. A government investigation concluded there was a disparity between the amount of toppings shown in this ad, and the amount on the actual sandwich. (Late 2002)

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Kate Winslet’s Legs. Kate Winslet complained that photo editors made her look too skinny on this GQ cover. (February 2003)

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Shuttle Columbia Explosion Photos. Supposedly taken "from an Israeli satellite in space," these images were actually stills from the movie Armageddon. (Circulating online since 2003)

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British Soldier in Basra. This digital composite slipped past the editors of the LA Times and ran on the paper's front page. (Created March 29, 2003.)

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Louis Vuitton Designer SARS Mask. The fashion designer never actually included a SARS mask in any of its collections. (April 2003)

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Manitoba Home Security. A digital composite makes it appear that polar bears are relaxing outside someone's house. (Found online in 2003)

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The Real Julia. Julia Roberts' head was pasted onto a younger version of her body. (July 2003)

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The Great Blackout of 2003. This fake photo circulated widely in the days following the Great Blackout of 2003. (Found online in late August 2003)

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Trophy Turkey. Newspaper captions failed to mention that the turkey Bush was holding was made of plastic. (Thanksgiving 2003)

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Hanoi John. Not only had Fonda not shared the stage with Kerry, she hadn’t even attended the rally shown here. (Circulating online since Feb 2004)

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Camel Spiders in Iraq. It's true that camel spiders are very large, but much of the information about these creatures that accompanied this picture as it went around the internet was false. (Found online, Spring 2004)

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Giant Human Skeleton. Despite what this photo appears to show, archaeologists did not unearth a giant human skeleton in Saudi Arabia. (Circulating online since early 2004)

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Fetal Footprint. The abdominal wall is too muscular and thick to actually allow a footprint to be seen with this clarity. (Circulating online since mid-2004)

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Home Computer of the Future. Popular Science magazine did not publish this image in 1954, predicting that it was what a home computer would look like fifty years in the future. (First posted online September 11, 2004)

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Whatever It Takes. An ad released by Bush's 2004 presidential campaign showed a crowd scene from which the President had been digitally removed. (October 2004)

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Modern-Day Diplocaulus. The mysterious creature in the bucket was actually a clay model, not a surviving prehistoric Diplocaulus. (Circulating online since late 2004)

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Tsunami Seen From a High-Rise. This photo supposedly showed a scene from the devastating Asian tsunami of December 2004, but the city in the picture is Antofagasta, Chile. (Appeared online in early January 2005)

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Islamic Hostage Action-Figure Hoax. Hostage "John Adam," whose photo appeared on internet bulletin boards used by Iraqi rebels, turned out to be a Cody action-figure doll. (February 1, 2005)

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Martha’s Last Laugh. Newsweek indicated nowhere on the cover that this shot was actually a composite image of Martha Stewart's head pasted onto a model's body. (March 2005)

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Migrant Mother Makeover. Popular Photography's readers were outraged when the magazine ran a feature on how Dorothea Lange's Migrant Mother photo could be improved. (April 2005 issue of Popular Photography)

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“I can promise, this will never get done”. Artist Alison Jackson uses lookalikes to create images of "celebrities ostensibly caught unawares." (Created in 2005. Circulating online since 2008.)

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Holiday Greetings, from Spain’s Royal Family. Unable to gather for a photo shoot, the Spanish royal family instead digitally assembled for its Christmas holiday photo. (December 2005)

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“Qinghai-Tibet railway opens green passage for wildlife”. This award-winning Chinese photo appeared to show the peaceful co-existence of antelope with a new high-speed train. Unfortunately the photo was a digital composite. (Published in 2006. Debunked in 2008.)

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Fake Smoke Over Beirut. A freelance photographer heightened the drama of this image distributed by Reuters by adding additional smoke. (August 5, 2006)

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Katie Couric Slimmed Down. A digitally slimmed down version of Katie Couric appeared in CBS's Watch magazine. (September 2006)

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Suicidal Teens Welcome. The armed forces does not really actively recruit suicidal teenagers. (Found on the internet, early 2007)

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Giant Tomatoes. Forced perspective makes these tomatoes look enormous. (February 6, 2007)

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The French Dinner. This fake picture caused a scandal in Malaysia because it appeared to link the country's deputy prime minister to the murder of a young woman. (July 2007)

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Sarkozy’s Disappearing Love Handles. Paris Match was accused of pandering to French President Nicolas Sarkozy when it reduced the size of his love handles in this photo of him canoeing with his son. (August 2007)

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Paper Tiger. The South China tiger in this photo, a species feared to be extinct, turned out to be a paper cutout. (October 3, 2007)

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Vote for Dean Hrbacek. In this flyer distributed by Hrbacek's campaign, the candidate's head was pasted onto the body of a significantly slimmer man. (January 2008)

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Barack Obama Smoking. Obama admits to being a smoker (trying to quit), but this picture of him smoking was faked. (Circulating online since early 2008)

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Charlton Heston’s Home Gun Collection. This series of pictures documents a remarkable gun collection, but not that of Charlton Heston. (Circulating online since Apr 2008)

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“Not What You Want To See”. Two pictures were composited together to create this dramatic scene. (Circulating online since early 2008)

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Hand with no thumb. A digital composite creates the illusion of a hand with no thumb. (Found on the internet, June 2008)

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Cruise vs. von Stauffenberg. United Artists was mistakenly accused of altering an image of German officer Claus von Stauffenberg to make him appear to resemble Tom Cruise. (Controversy from June 2008)

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M.C. Escher Golf. A surreal effect of impossible geometry may have been caused by the use of a telephoto lens to take this picture. (Taken Aug 18, 2006. Published June 2008)

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Fox Airs Faux Photos. Fox News aired pictures of New York Times staffers that had been digitally altered to make the men appear less attractive. (July 2, 2008)

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Jumping Shark. A photographer happened to take this series of photos just as a shark was leaping from the water behind a surfer. (July 3, 2008)

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The Missile Launcher Vanishes. The Iranian government pasted a missile into this photo, apparently in an attempt to conceal the failure of one of the missiles to launch. (July 9, 2008)

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A Whiter Beyonce. Critics accused L'Oreal of lightening Beyonce's skin color in this advertisement for its cosmetics. (August 2008)

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Palin in Bikini and Miniskirt. After John McCain chose Sarah Palin as his running mate, provocative fake pictures of the Alaska Governor began to circulate online. (September 2008)

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U.S. Army Releases Doctored Photographs. Lacking an official photo of a deceased soldier, the U.S. Army instead released a doctored image to the media. (September 2008)

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Post by admin on Sat 07 Feb 2009, 3:11 pm

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Kim Jong-Il’s Shadow. Western media questioned whether this image of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Il had been doctored, but it appears not to have been. (November 2008)

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The Fake General Dunwoody. When Ann Dunwoody became the first four-star general in the American military, the Army released a doctored photo of her to the media. (November 2008)

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Dati’s Disappearing Ring. Photo editors at Le Figaro deleted a ring from the French justice minister's hand in order to make her appear less glamorous. (Nov 19, 2008)

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Post by agoes on Sun 19 Sep 2010, 10:17 am

Manusia koq suka yang aneh-aneh, kira-kira kenapa bang admin?
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Post by agoes on Tue 21 Sep 2010, 1:13 am

Ataukah ini yang disebut sebagai gejala penyesatan terhadap kebenaran?
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Post by agus on Wed 22 Sep 2010, 9:13 pm

Namun di dalam kesesatan terdapat secercah harapan bagi kebenaran bagi orang-orang yang mau berpikir... :study:
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