kdawson should've taken a couple of minutes to read the comments from people who know what they're talking about on the http://www.americablog.com/2010/07/bp-fakes-another-oil-spill-photo-this.html
link he included with this story because it's reactionary nonsense and does a disservice to legitimate stories about BP's malfeasance.
It’s obvious to anyone familiar with digital photo editing that the image in question on this blog made a selection of ('masked')the projection screen, which was overexposed, and darkened (‘burned in’) that area so that you could see what bit of detail could be salvaged. This is not uncommon when photographing and editing images of monitors, projections, and windows. It's done all the time when you have an area in the original image that is overexposed and it has been done since the beginning of photography. Before Photoshop, it was done by exposing certain areas of the photo-sensitive printing paper to the light passing through the negative longer than other areas.
The areas inside and outside the masked area contain the same colors and continuations of shapes, just darker (look at the lower left corner, lower right corner, & the top of the guys’ heads). If something that wasn't there originally was 'pasted' over that mask, you wouldn't see the tops of the people's heads within the mask.
The only problem with this photo is that it was edited poorly (i.e. noticeably). If you have an issue with 'darkroom' photo editing (i.e. photoshopping), you have an issue with just about every single professional photo you've ever seen.
Good job propagating irrelevant reactionary nonsense into the discourse regarding BP and the oil spill.