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Tuesday, February 14, 2017

Why Keith Laney's NASA Curiosity Rover's GigaPan Photos Are Untrustworthy

A stitched NASA Mars Curiosity Photo Used To Deceive Public*
I recently checked out some of Keith Laney's photo stitching pans from NASA Curiosity's photo archive on GigaPan and was astonished at all the frozen in time sea life I encountered in them. To see my collection of snapshots of Mr. Laney's work visit my profile page and click on snapshots.

I was excited at what I was discovering until I came to a large elf like shoe with a head peaking out behind a rock.  I promptly contacted Laney's peer at What's Up In The Sky about the credibility of his work. Apparently these guys cover for each other and when I contacted him on Facebook, Laney denied he had taken any artistic liberty.  I'm therefore presenting two examples of a lot of artistic liberty in this artist's work.

I was amazed at all the life forms I was seeing in these photos as well as images from an ancient civilization.  However now that I've confirmed Laney's work takes tremendous liberties to distort what's actually on Mars, I digress with evidence he tampers with the photos to deceive the viewer.

When I saw this I immediately knew Laney's tampering with NASA Curiosity Photos 
See GigaPan (SOL 393-395)

I went to an earlier work of Laney's with the same objects in the photo, a rough draft so to speak and here's what I found. See GigaPan (SOL 401)



See the cricket like creature and the fish opening its mouth towards it top left?
See GigaPan (SOL 401)




In the same enhanced photo, for some reason Laney left out his other Photoshop creation.
See GigaPan (SOL 393-395)


It's too bad Keith Laney felt it necessary to try to entertain his viewers with his artwork. These kind of artists ruin it for everyone else. We want honest depictions of what's on Mars! These two pieces of evidence are all I need to demonstrate how untrustworthy artists can be and disrespectful of those who want to know the truth about life on Mars. 

I found many other outrageous falsehoods in Keith Laney's work by comparing an earlier draft version of SOL 401 with SOL 393-395 that included Pharaoh statue heads, distant pyramids, faces, highly embellished looking fish and small creatures. I also saw a beach with waves on Mars I don't know is real or not but now I tend to think the surf's not up.

It should be unlawful to take NASA photos and alter them the way Laney did. The taxpayers paid the budget for NASA and the photos for the public should not be used for fraudulent purposes to deceive the public for one's personal gain.  It should be a crime to alter NASA photos to deceive the public.

Note the web owner of Whats Up In The Sky fully supports Mr. Laney's work as genuine claiming they are currently working on a book together.  

To see my collection of snapshots of Mr. Laney's work visit my profile page and click on snapshots.

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