Tag Archives: Photo manipulation

The Dangers of Faking It

By | July 26, 2010

(my weekly column, syndicated to newspapers) By Jeremy Wagstaff A 40-ton whale jumped out of the water and crash-landed onto a sailboat the other day. The moment was caught on camera by a tourist, the whale suspended a few meters above the boat before it smashes into mast and deck, leaving behind a mass of barnacle and blubber.… Read More »

Fake Photos-A Thing of the Past?

By | February 27, 2008

image from WSJ.com You may have already heard about the Chinese antelope that weren’t: This, from WSJ’s Jane Spencer and Juliet Ye: Earlier this week, Xinhua, China’s state-run news agency, issued an unusual public apology for publishing a doctored photograph of Tibetan wildlife frolicking near a high-speed train. The deception — uncovered by Chinese Internet users who sniffed… Read More »

A New Paint Shop Pro

By | September 8, 2004

Adobe Photoshop’s old challenger, Paint Shop Pro, is back. Jasc Software yesterday announced the launch of Paint Shop Pro 9 and something called Paint Shop Pro Studio, a “photo editor for consumers who want to do more than novice editing without a steep learning curve”. Paint Shop Pro 9 takes the photo and graphics editor a bit further,… Read More »