Expected biological similarities and differences

An average person has a right ear that is obviously like the left ear. Yet if you take a photo of that person and look very closely at those two ears, at high magnification, differences appear. Just the differences in lighting alone make the pixel patterns different.

Quoting from Modern Pterosaurs (book)

“Comparing the two apparent wings with each other—that reveals a general symmetry consistent with a natural biological resemblance. Closer examination of the pixels reveals natural differences, consistent with real wings. “I often see similarities before magnification, giving me the impression that it could have been a Photoshop job: inverting one wing to make the other. But every time I magnify the wings those similarities mostly dissolve. . . . They're definitely not from any simplistic Photoshop inversion of one wing to make the other, but why does it have many larger similarities? I found an answer, and it shoots down both digital image manipulation and the physical- modeling conjecture: Possible biological structures are seen in both wings . . .”

From Chapter 7 of the book

I present these evidences, not to prove beyond all doubt that Ptp must have a genuine image of a modern pterosaur, to show how greatly the evidences favor that conclusion, compared with any other explanation that has come forward. A modern pterosaur is far more likely in this image than a hoax, and that should help many persons to bring an open mind into examining eyewitness accounts from around the world.
In the nonfiction book Modern Pterosaurs, by Jonathan Whitcomb, the photograph called “Ptp” is examined in detail. In Chapter 7, “Photo of a pterosaur,” a quick examination seems to reveal the possibility that one wing-image was used, with Photoshop, in creating the other one. But close magnification reveals something completely different: countless details disproving any Photoshop hoax with wing-mirror shortcutting.
Pterosaur Wings
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
The Photoshop-hoax conjecture is nearing the point of extinction for this remarkable old photograph

Expected biological similarities and

differences

An average person has a right ear that is obviously like the left ear. Yet if you take a photo of that person and look very closely at those two ears, at high magnification, differences appear. Just the differences in lighting alone make the pixel patterns different.

Quoting from Modern Pterosaurs

(book)

“Comparing the two apparent wings with each other—that reveals a general symmetry consistent with a natural biological resemblance. Closer examination of the pixels reveals natural differences, consistent with real wings. “I often see similarities before magnification, giving me the impression that it could have been a Photoshop job: inverting one wing to make the other. But every time I magnify the wings those similarities mostly dissolve. . . . They're definitely not from any simplistic Photoshop inversion of one wing to make the other, but why does it have many larger similarities? I found an answer, and it shoots down both digital image manipulation and the physical-modeling conjecture: Possible biological structures are seen in both wings . . .”

From Chapter 7 of the book

I present these evidences, not to prove beyond all doubt that Ptp must have a genuine image of a modern pterosaur, to show how greatly the evidences favor that conclusion, compared with any other explanation that has come forward. A modern pterosaur is far more likely in this image than a hoax, and that should help many persons to bring an open mind into examining eyewitness accounts from around the world.
In the nonfiction book Modern Pterosaurs, by Jonathan Whitcomb, the photograph called “Ptp” is examined in detail. In Chapter 7, “Photo of a pterosaur,” a quick examination seems to reveal the possibility that one wing-image was used, with Photoshop, in creating the other one. But close magnification reveals something completely different: countless details disproving any Photoshop hoax with wing-mirror shortcutting.
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Pterosaur Wings
The Photoshop-hoax conjecture is nearing the point of extinction for this remarkable old photograph

Expected biological

similarities and

differences

An average person has a right ear that is obviously like the left ear. Yet if you take a photo of that person and look very closely at those two ears, at high magnification, differences appear. Just the differences in lighting alone make the pixel patterns different.

Quoting from Modern Pterosaurs

(book)

“Comparing the two apparent wings with each other—that reveals a general symmetry consistent with a natural biological resemblance. Closer examination of the pixels reveals natural differences, consistent with real wings. “I often see similarities before magnification, giving me the impression that it could have been a Photoshop job: inverting one wing to make the other. But every time I magnify the wings those similarities mostly dissolve. . . . They're definitely not from any simplistic Photoshop inversion of one wing to make the other, but why does it have many larger similarities? I found an answer, and it shoots down both digital image manipulation and the physical-modeling conjecture: Possible biological structures are seen in both wings . . .”

From Chapter 7 of the book

I present these evidences, not to prove beyond all doubt that Ptp must have a genuine image of a modern pterosaur, to show how greatly the evidences favor that conclusion, compared with any other explanation that has come forward. A modern pterosaur is far more likely in this image than a hoax, and that should help many persons to bring an open mind into examining eyewitness accounts from around the world.
In the nonfiction book Modern Pterosaurs, by Jonathan Whitcomb, the photograph called “Ptp” is examined in detail. In Chapter 7, “Photo of a pterosaur,” a quick examination seems to reveal the possibility that one wing-image was used, with Photoshop, in creating the other one. But close magnification reveals something completely different: countless details disproving any Photoshop hoax with wing-mirror shortcutting.
Copyright 2017 Jonathan David Whitcomb
Pterosaur Wings
The Photoshop-hoax conjecture is nearing the point of extinction for this remarkable old photograph