User talk:Semuelbo

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Disputed image sources[edit]

Hi there,

I've been looking at your images, and there appear to be issues regarding the sources. Please note that these questions do *not* prove that the images aren't yours- we just want to clear up any doubt!

There is evidence to suggest that Ford Mondeo crash.jpg was taken by pointing a camera at a computer or television display, rather than being the original photograph. (Evidence; (i) "flat" look; (ii) the fact the highlights in the clouds blow out way below the maximum value; (iii) the consistent blurring which suggests a flat object- i.e. a screen- being photographed, rather than a 3D scene).

Could you please explain and confirm whether this is your image or not? Thank you.

The file Volvo_car_crash_test.jpg also lacks information. Did you take this at a crash test centre yourself?

Please accept my apologies if my suspicions are wrong, but I think this is something that needs to be confirmed.

All the best, Ubcule (talk) 18:31, 14 October 2012 (UTC)