Your unaccredited C&P is already well known; FYI, it's the version used by the Buchenwald memorial museum.Michael Kenny wrote:I got a better copy the original photo.
Care to offer an explanation for Simon Toncman's apparent vitiligo is this version?
No proof either.Michael Kenny wrote:The one with the standing man removed is the fake. No doubt.
You're another one who doesn't understand that you're not going to find precise details in a palm-sized 1940s wartime-newspaper-quality printing of a photograph!Michael Kenny wrote:The hole just to right of mans shoulder (the lower of 2 holes in the original) has nearly disappeared in the middle image and the wooden post left edge is much softer than in the other pic.
The shadow on the ceiling could have been created the same way as Toncman's apparent shadow on the floor and bunks: by cutting pieces of partially shaded film into shapes, laying them into position, and then photographing the composite image.Michael Kenny wrote:Note his 'flash shadow' on the wall and ceiling behind him.
FYI, several different prints of the Toncman-present version are viewable on Wikipedia:Michael Kenny wrote:See that the version I used has the number in a different position to the photo that appears on Stormfront. This shows that there is more than one (duplicate) negative and that I am not so trusting as to accept at face value any pic from a Revisionist Hate Site!
https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File ... ration.jpg
The one you've C&P without accreditation was probably taken from:
http://cdn.history.com/sites/2/2014/01/ ... vivors.jpg
A uniquely cropped version appears in the IWM collection [I've been there to see the original]. It has proved that there is no known uncropped print: