Thursday, 5 March 2009

Photo fakery?


Anyone with an interest in the tricks which out media play on us day after day might wish to take a look at these two picture of Karl Bishop, the mixed race murderer of Harry Potter actor Rob Knox , who has today been sentenced to life in prison. The picture on the left is the original image, whereas the one on the right is how it has been appearing in the media over the last two days.

Could it be that the dark arts of Soviet era Pravda are being practiced again in Britain to massage the truth and preserve the multicultural dream? I'll leave it to you to decide

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Where did you find the original?

Sarah Maid of Albion said...

It was sent to me. If you look at the two, it is so obvious that the brightness and contrast has been lowered on the media version to lighten (whiten?) it up.

Unrepentant British Nationalist said...

If Obama's black, this guy is too.

Anonymous said...

Steady on with the Photoshop Brightness control

alanorei said...

As we all know, it has been said that in war, truth is the first casualty.

The multi-culti war being waged against British identity will be no exception.

notareargunner said...

Why are kluerings always black?

What do their white mothers see when they look in a mirror?

Anonymous said...

Pathetic, you can still see his racial bearing. Being as the unfortunate victim was well known, the media couldn't not report it and keep this one quiet. Sooooo they have done the next best thing and lightened him to a more acceptable colour for todays Britain.

Anonymous said...

ok everybody here could be wrong. I work in the prepress department in a newspaper and we tone the pictures. Because the paper that is use to print the newspaper is really bad and the inks are heavy we need to lower the quantity of blue and black on ppl skin. All the system is kinda automatize so the same picture that has been tone for the paper goes automatically on the website (if the paper has one)... so normally the website one looks a bit crappier because it was tone for paper CMYK not for screen RGB.

Mike said...

As above... I work in print and most originals arrived darker than they are due to by lighting... I have to lighten 'white' ppl's pictures everyday because they are darker than they really are. As the above comment we have to globally lighten images for print purposes 'everytime'... so sorry I'm afraid its the picture on the right that will be accurate!