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Image forensics refers to the analysis of an image to determine if it has been manipulated from the time of its recording. The techniques described here – so called passive techniques – operate in the absence of digital watermarks, signatures, or specialized hardware. Instead, these techniques analyze physical, geometric, optical, sensor, and file properties for inconsistencies that may arise from image manipulation.
History has shown that many autocratic leaders had photographs manipulated in an attempt to rewrite history. These men understood the power of photography and that if they changed photographs they could change history. Cumbersome and time-consuming darkroom techniques were required to alter the historical record on behalf of Stalin and others. Today, powerful and low-cost digital technology coupled with sophisticated rendering and synthesis...
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