I have the "Faking It" book sitting here on my desk, and the worst thing about it is the title. Many of the photographers in the show, including Uelsmann, weren't faking anything. They were manipulating their photos, but there was nothing fake, or fraudulent, or hidden in their work. The book includes both art work by people like Uelsmann, and funny manipulated photos of enormous vegetables and so on -- jokes -- but also some real fakes, like the erasure of people standing next to Stalin, after it no longer became desirable to have them in the photo. (And they were usually erased in real life, as well.) In any case, those things are all greatly different, and the publisher perhaps should have stuck with the subtitle alone: "Manipulating Photography Before Photoshop."