August 27, 2006

Phun with Photoshopping


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7 comments:

Spooked said...

that blue sky is awfully convenient!

I bet it helped for the pics of "UA175" as well.

Wendell said...

hey Killtown... Awesome pics.. I liked the "mushroom cloud" especially.. It was.. uhmm.. so realistic... :)

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Anonymous said...

what? no independance day aliens blowing something up in the background? i'm dissapointed.

Anonymous said...

Obviously it is extremely easy to alter a photo very quickly; my hubby always laughs about how I manipulate photos in photoshop or even ulead. Good job Killtown. Keep the faith. In my opinion, the easiest to prove is WTC 7 was brought down by controlled demolition but the problem is that if the govt admits that, then how do you explain the rest?

Does anyone know how Val suddenly got her business???

Anonymous said...

Hey. Did anyone ever look into how Payne Stewart's plane flew so far when there was no pilot. And how it conveniently crashed before flying out of US airspace into Canada. And in the middle of Nowhere, USA. The flying aces back in WWI (WW One) could tip over a plane flying next to the ace's plane by moving a wing tip up under the wing tip of the target aircraft. The wings need not touch. The air flying over the top of the wing below will force the other wing up. And up and over forcing the target plane into a spin. And a crash. It might be possible that the F16s dispatched to look at Stewart's plane could have done something similar. First the F16s could have used the technique described to steer Stewart's plane away from inhabited areas while other actions, including shooting down the pilotless aircraft, were considered. Then they could have brought down the plane without firing a shot, which would have been heard, if not around the world, around the USA.

mgldzcrr said...

Awesome pieces.
I came up with my own...

http://img522.imageshack.us/img522/5408/shanksvillecopiafw6.jpg

Anonymous said...

Norway likes this pictures