Will Media Examiners Reverse Image Search A Piece Of Work? Watch

DontBeSnide
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Basically I have a magazine front page that is needed for my media coursework. For this we needed "Original" images, me being the lazy person I am I took 1 off google. Once I edited it to look like a magazine cover I put it on Google's search bar and the image I used is the second link.

Does anyone know if the Media Examiners have a reverse image search advanced enough that will detect the image I used?

(I did add noise and other features to try and through the software off)
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Coursework is assessed internally, so its unlikely the school will reverse image search your stuff (but its possible). If you get selected for "random checks" (a few students get checked by the exam board for each school, to ensure the marks are accurate) they most definitely will be checking if the work is yours. Also, if your schools marking is inaccurate, your work will be checked by the exam board too - and the fact you plagiarised will come up.
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