Digital detectives discern Photoshop fakery

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Chris Gaylord writes, "The June-July cover of Men's Fitness magazine...the tennis star's [Andy Roddick's] biceps appear thicker than the Wimbledon trophy.

' Pretty sure I'm not as fit as the Men's Fitness cover suggests,' [Andy] jokes on his blog. ' Little did I know I have 22-inch guns and a disappearing birth mark on my right arm.' Oops."

Christian Science Monitor reports:

” ‘There are researchers working as the frontline of defense against digital fraud,‘ according to Cynthia Baron, author of the book ‘ Photoshop Forensics,’ and they’re developing some very tricky ways to spot shams…

“…A few days before the release of the seventh Harry Potter novel in July, someone posted digital photos of every page in the final book on the Internet. The culprit has yet to be caught, but digital forensics experts know a lot about this leaker.”

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