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  1. I have some pictures of dogs in a park. On some of the images I may have photo-shopped out a leg that got in the way, a tree or debris attached to the dog which wasn't supposed to be there. I may have warmed the grass up from the blue scale towards the yellow scale. The result - an image which could still have been taken naturally quite easily. The location has no identifiable features - it's just a park - it could be any park. It's not like it is an identifiable place and someone could go there and wonder why the sky wasn't purple or something. Do I need to say that image was digitally
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