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Online John Mytton

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A lot of modern-day camera's have 'object focus' capabilities which can cause this effect. It can look 'too' clean cut but still not be a modified photo.

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Q. Are there any differences in the grain pattern in the areas of the body. head, and background on the negative of Oswald?
A. No inconsistencies could be detected between the areas mentioned with examination of the original negative through a 30X magnifier, on normal contrast enlarged prints, or on high contrast enlarged transparencies (figs. RIT 9--1 A and B).

https://people.rit.edu/andpph/text-oswald-HSCA-report.html



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Thanks John for the solid photographic evidence.

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Q. Are there any differences in the grain pattern in the areas of the body. head, and background on the negative of Oswald?
A. No inconsistencies could be detected between the areas mentioned with examination of the original negative through a 30X magnifier, on normal contrast enlarged prints, or on high contrast enlarged transparencies (figs. RIT 9--1 A and B).

https://people.rit.edu/andpph/text-oswald-HSCA-report.html



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You are having a conversation with yourself. Show me some proof.  Boring

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Online John Mytton

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Thanks John for the solid photographic evidence.

Hi Steve yeah, when you have the original negative it's all over red rover!
There's telltale signs of grain differentiation when any two images are combined, the first problem is at this microscopic granular level you can't just cut out Oswald's head and stick it on someone else because unless Oswald's face/chin/whatever was taken at the exact same distance then the grain size that makes up the photos will be different and without the the same angle of sun on the Oswald face composite, then we have another problem.
Also at this microscopic level you can see the bleeding between edges which with traditional cut and pasting would require a fair amount of post processing which would further degrade the film grain and make it nothing like similar original film stock.



It's undeniable, it's Oswald and he's holding the weapon that murdered the President.



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Here are some screen shots from Executive Action 1973 and before computers this is pretty much how photo compositing was done and straight away you can see that lighting, grain size, focus and edges are all going to be impossible to massage into the perfect microscopic grain distribution of the original negative.









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Online John Mytton

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And in case anyone is wondering about Oswald's squared off chin in the backyard photo, it's the result of an overhead light source.





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And in case anyone is wondering about Oswald's squared off chin in the backyard photo, it's the result of an overhead light source.





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No, I think it's global warming.

"Overhead light source" That is a crazy explanation and has been used to cover every anomaly. Try again

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No, I think it's global warming.

"Overhead light source" That is a crazy explanation and has been used to cover every anomaly. Try again

Tell us what's 'crazy' about it, Rembrandt.
« Last Edit: July 21, 2019, 08:34:03 AM by Bill Chapman »

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The overhead light source creates dark shadowed eyes, a triangular shadow under the nose and a squared off chin. Case Closed!



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Offline Steve Howsley

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The overhead light source creates dark shadowed eyes, a triangular shadow under the nose and a squared off chin. Case Closed!

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Yep even someone who only takes holiday snaps knows the problem of photographing faces when the unclouded sun is high in the sky. If you want a more flattering look move you subject to a softer light or use some reflective or artificial light. In '63 when we had to wait hours or even days to collect our pictures from the processing lab it wasn't always possible for a shutter bug to judge what the resulting photo might look like. Anyway Oswald got images that met his needs.
« Last Edit: July 21, 2019, 10:18:59 AM by Steve Howsley »

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