Is this photo of Gen Raheel Sharif real or fake?
LAHORE - It is very common that we like or share pictures on social media without verifying its authenticity. But most of these pictures aren’t real, rather photoshopped. But the question is how can we trace out a picture’s originality?
For example, take this photo of Pakistan Army Chief General Raheel Sharif performing Umrah pilgrimage. What do you think; is it real or fake?
Let us help you.
There are a few websites and applications which give an easy way to identify a doctored image. Such software provides clone detection, error level analysis, meta data extraction and much more.
The easiest ones include: http://www.imageforensic.org/ and http://fotoforensic.com/
All you have to do is Upload the picture on the application or website.
Analyze it and just Click the Button.
You can also check static, meta data from Other Options.
For the General’s picture, the website gives a 100% clearance due to uniform color temperature and absence of any additional layer.
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