World’s Most Famous Faked Pictures

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In the world of advance technology and powerful knowledge, people may use a few modest skills to make faked photos.

 

9/11 “Tourist Guy”

After the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Center in New York City, Hungarian tourist Péter Guzli released a fake photo of himself on September 11, 2001 as one of the hijacked planes was hitting. The airline is visible in the background when a man is posing his face to the camera. The picture once caused international sensation on the Internet, but a number of facts prove this photo to be a fake. To start with, the jets crashed the twin towers were Boeing 767s while a Boeing 757 is captured in the photo. Secondly, September 11 was a quite warm day and the man in this photo is wearing quite heavy day. Otherwise, the plane hitting the tower was approaching from the south while the landmarks behind are from the north.


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"The Tourist Guy"

 

The Power of Fakery


The picture is a composite of al Qaeda founder's face with a dead gunshot victim. The picture was initially believed to be authentic.

The picture is a composite of al Qaeda founder's face with a dead gunshot victim. The picture was initially believed to be authentic.


Although the White House has not released any official death photo of Osama bin Laden, this image is obviously fake version.

Although the White House has not released any official death photo of Osama bin Laden, this image is obviously fake version.

 

Busy Work

In the midst of Gulf oil spill July 2010, BP tried to persuade authorities and others about their work efforts to end the crisis by the hard-working emergency-response room. Unluckily, this photo is faked.


Faked photo

Faked photo


Originate version.

Original version


Al-Ahram newspaper has been criticized for showing Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in lead role at Middle East peace talks as a replacement for Barack Obama

Al-Ahram newspaper has been criticized for showing Egyptian president Hosni Mubarak in lead role at Middle East peace talks as a replacement for Barack Obama

 

The Smoke of War

The bombing of Israeli in the summer 2006 is seriously edited on Reuters.


The version on Reuters

The version on Reuters


The less smoky original picture

The less smoky original picture

 

Hands of Fraud


The photo called

The photo called "Hands of God" is believed to be taken in 2004's Hurricane Charley of Florida.

 

Devastating Enough


The Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004 sweeping over Phuket, Thailand was described by a Hollywood-movie version of Chile city of Antofagasta.

The Indian Ocean tsunami on December 26, 2004 sweeping over Phuket, Thailand was described by a Hollywood-movie version of Chile city of Antofagasta.

 

Oprah the Model


Oprah Winfrey’s picture in this August 1989 cover of TV Guide was edited from body of actress Ann-Margret in 1979.

Oprah Winfrey’s picture in this August 1989 cover of TV Guide was edited from body of actress Ann-Margret in 1979.

 

The Loch Ness Monster


The Loch Ness monster in this 1934 picture is thought to be a toy submarine with a sculpted head.

The Loch Ness monster in this 1934 picture is thought to be a toy submarine with a sculpted head.

 

 

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This article was published on 2011/05/13