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Composite photo - doesn't feel very "reference material"
Is there a Wikipedia guideline against composite images? The sky shows very obvious signs of being photoshopped in, you can see it very clearly along the roofline where the spires poke over.Drewson99 05:11, 7 February 2007 (UTC)
The image caption says it is a mosaic, which is to inform that the image has also been "stiched"; it is composite deeply in its nature. This causes the source pictures to go through a certain number of rather complex pattern-searching algorithms that may be considered pure data manipulation. Anything against mosaics? If yes, probably Ms./Mr.Drewson99 would like to politely ask NASA to stop doing that as well. Anyway, the important question is if the picture carries the message. Does it? GGenov 08:39, 7 February 2007 (UTC)
It is a mosaic, so it is just several photos which have been integrated together. There is no falsification here. Xanthoxyl 19:37, 24 February 2007 (UTC)