In my experience, people often do not understand the differences between a wide angle and a telephoto lens and often conclude many telephoto pictures to be photoshopped. Telephoto do not have a parallax effects against a near background or with near foreground or background objects. You literally need to have extremel distances in the background before parallax effects are evident. Telephotos tend to render subject, foreground and background in a flat manner, much like a traditional Chinese painting.Compare this to that of the second picture, no such effects are noticeable!
The following points show an absence of parallax effects, and matters to do with focussing and perspective - signs that the picture is photoshopped.
This, certainly, would not be to the extend that there will not be any noticeable (or measured) differences in the two planes' sizes in the second picture!The fact remains that the difference of focal length could perfectly explain all the perspective differences between the two pictures.
Nonsense. Parallax effects are barely noticeable. You need a detailed background to get a measurement of parallax, and you don't.Parallax effects are more than noticeable, with or without the wide angle lens/telephoto lens, since we are talking about relatively near objects, and not about relatively far objects like mountain ranges. One example would be the first picture in my previous post.
In any which way, lens effect would affect perspective in a certain degree but it won't remove it completely!
Wrong. You obviously don't know photography---NOT BY A LONG SHOT. Continue to comment and make a fool out of yourself.Furthermore, it should be remembered that the shot was taken from another plane's cockpit. Practical circumtances would prevent the use of telephoto lens at farther distances. For example, a tripod stand can't be used in the cockpit.
Bull. The angle of the slot is obviously not the same. One is slightly lower than the other.The angle of the slat is the same! You can magnify it as much as you want but you'll only magnified the bluriness. (Take note that the missiles were photoshopped into slightly different positions. I cut away the missiles in the second image as it has a visual effect to judging the angle.) Anyway, I won't base my judgement only on this aspect of the picture as there are other more obvious clues.