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Opening a picture with bank notes in a scene

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Hello,

I am a french photographer who uses famous brick minifigs to create some scenes.
I have one with a minifg painting a Bank Note with white paint to illustrate "Money Laundering" (in French Make Money White)

The problem is that the bank note seems to be too real (it's prop money for movies) and photoshop does not allow me to open the picture due to laws about creating fake money.

 

Is that any way for me to edit my photo ?

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Sorry , we cannot help you to work around the fraud protection measures used by Adobe at the request of the banks. It would be a legal minefield were we to do so.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/cds.html

 

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Opening a picture with bank notes in a scene

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Hello,

I am a french photographer who uses famous brick minifigs to create some scenes.
I have one with a minifg painting a Bank Note with white paint to illustrate "Money Laundering" (in French Make Money White)

The problem is that the bank note seems to be too real (it's prop money for movies) and photoshop does not allow me to open the picture due to laws about creating fake money.

 

Is that any way for me to edit my photo ?

IMG_6457-2.jpg

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Correct answer by davescm | Adobe Community Professional

Sorry , we cannot help you to work around the fraud protection measures used by Adobe at the request of the banks. It would be a legal minefield were we to do so.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/cds.html

 

Dave

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Sorry , we cannot help you to work around the fraud protection measures used by Adobe at the request of the banks. It would be a legal minefield were we to do so.

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/cds.html

 

Dave

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I was pretty sure of this answer 🙂

But is there any way to show photoshop that it is fake money ? (like a "COPY" printed on this banknote or something else ?)

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If the image you posted is the one you're trying to open, I was able to open it in Photoshop without issue, no workaround used.

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May be due to the smallsize photo i used in this thread.
I manage to open the 1000 px version but not the full size 6000px version

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Yep, looks like you're correct, resized it to 6000 px and got the error

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