Lies, Inc.

Challenge #17 in the Language Of Light series. Hosted by Deleted pending purge.
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This Challenge honors an all-time-classic SF written by Philip K. Dick. To sum it up: create something totally false. Connect impossible elements to generate a picture that exists nowhere but in your craziest dream! Add an equally deceiving description. Modify EXIF to your heart's content. In short, lie, cheat and manipulate all you want - in order to win! NOTE: ONLY THING THAT HAS TO BE 100% TRUTH IS... YOUR PHOTOS, YOUR COMPONENTS, AND YOUR WORK. In other words, DO NOT STEAL from anyone anywhere. There has to be some truth, even in the most incredible whoppers. :)
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In March of 1955 Kodak introduced the first camera phone. It sold well until its image quality was attacked on camera discussion venues: Apparently high ISO images from this system—when enlarged significantly over 16x20, and viewed through high-magnification loupes—were somewhat noisy. Derogatory terms such as "Phonies" and "Kodak Kissies" were hurled at supporters. Partly because of the controversy, Kodak stopped camera phone production in the last quarter of 1956.
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Submitted: Tuesday, 1st May, 2012 01:18 (GMT)
Taken: Tuesday, 22nd May, 1956
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