McBride looked back at him and grinned. "Then it's a good thing you're here to supervise," he said. He sat down at a workstation, and a few moments later he had the photo displayed on one of its monitors. He expanded a small section and then rolled his chair back so the others could see. "Look, there's a clear distortion here. Doctoring photographs used to be a much more refined science. Twenty-five years ago, there was no iPhoto, not even Photoshop. It took a real professional to fix photographic evidence." He circled the distortion with his finger. "Whoever did this was no professional. It's a simple masking job. That photo is a duplicate of the original, with this section intentionally blurred into the forest background."
--- SHADOW CATCHER by James R. Hannibal, paragraph 6.
This is the last paragraph I read.