fauxtography

fauxtography

(fake phoTOGRAPHY) A photo that has been altered in an image editing program for political or commercial reasons. Fauxtography refers to manipulated images that are made to look real. In the digital world, it is very easy to add to or subtract from an image with the results looking very realistic. See Photoshopped and image editor.
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Some tools are well-known to librarians such as Snopes' Fauxtography category and searchers such as TinEye, where you can input the image and then work backward finding resized, edited, and Photoshopped versions and sometimes even originals.
Pictured here is Terrence Masson, SIGGRAPH 2006 Computer Animation Festival Chair from Digital Fauxtography Inc.
Pushing boundaries and achieving significant results in any profession generally involves collaboration across different company departments, teams, or organizations," stated Terrence Masson the SIGGRAPH 2006 Computer Animation Festival Chair from Digital Fauxtography Inc.
In fact, we witnessed a remarkable 25 percent increase in submissions from 2005 to 2006, and with that increase, the competition amongst films is fierce," said Terrence Masson, the SIGGRAPH 2006 Computer Animation Festival chair from Digital Fauxtography Inc.