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Gotta love the weird ways Windows works.
That was a lot of Ws...
I had a problem with this once, when i made a website for a "gentlemans club" the pictures that were uploaded had the faces of the "ladies" masked before there were uploaded to the site... however, someone could download the pictures to the computer and look at the thumbnails to see the un-edited picture.... obviously causing some distress to the "ladies" in question. :)
read more here : http://blogs.23.nu/disLEXia/stories/5751/
That makes me smile.
Linux FTW - Microsuck FTL!
The "face" picture isn`t from the picture with the mexican dude.
Sorry to burst your bubbles.
I do still believe the devil is Mexican, though.
The guys head is touching her hair on her head. This would be on her left or our right side of her head as we see her. Notice how, in the small picture, that her hair is compressed, but in the large picture (the one that does not show Gonzales or whatever the hell) her hair is not compressed.
What do you think?
First discussed in theory on an episode of the X-Files in 1997, it was referred to as the...
"Theory of Photo-Deportational Analysis".
You will not find any information on the internet about this, as the very thought of our government having this capability could spawn conspiracy theories far greater than can be imagined. In fact, I may have already jeopardized my very existence by mentioning this.
We shall see.
Just to clarify, it`s not a question of editing the EXIF data - it`s a question of editing the original full image.
You take a digital snapshot. Behind the scenes a thumbnail of the original pic is automatically create and saved as part of the EXIF data stored with the image.
You then edit the original pic e.g. to crop out someone else in the photo, and save that. Sometimes the thumbnail will be updated to reflect your new edited pic. But other times it doesn`t get updated - it still shows the original snapshot.
So the large (edited) pic and the thumbnail may no longer match. If you get that situation you might be able to edit the thumbnail too to match, but I don`t know how.
"According to the thumbnail, they`re almost cheek-to-cheek (temple-to-temple, at least), but there is literally no hint of that guy in the main photo."
Normally, a photo and its thumbnail look exactly alike; in this case, they do not. That is strange.
Does everybody get it now??
It`s a mexican guy...
That`s all I got.
She`s way cute, regardless.
In fact, after further research, there are programs you can use to edit EXIF data.
I apologize for possibly ruining it for everyone XD This was bugging me too; I just had to find out how as well o_o Yay, I can sleep now.
I`m not even kidding. You`re too much of an idiot to open a jpg file on a computer?
That`s all I can say.
Cool trick. You could hide images you didn`t want others to see...
Lemme explain, and spoil it all for you...I don`t know how spoils work so whatever. Basically, an image file comes with a lot of information, including a preset thumbnail. It is technically possible to change the thumbnail attached to the picture. At least, it`s not suposed to do that, but I`m pretty sure it can be done.
Try this. Open any photo in a photo imaging program. Change the photo, and make sure you have a folder with the thumbnail of it open. Watch what happens when you replace the saved image on your computer with the altered one. The thumbnail changes, of course.Now say there was a glitch along the way and the thumbnail doesn`t change. That is what happened here.