Not fake, just computer programming, each bounce of ball equals the next note. (...) The juggle timing does take some serious skill but not as much as you think. They keypad is simply one large giant note.
So it is fake. Fake = misrepresenting reality. If the "piano" were a giant drumpad it wouldn't be fake. But he's moving over to various keys, pretending to play the piano where in reality he isn't.
I'm sure it takes skills - I could never do it. It also takes skills to be a magician and (pretend to) saw somebody in half. That doesn't take away from the fact that the saw act is still fake.
which could be an interesting topic on a photo forum, fake or real how much post processing is to much? When does it become fake? :wink::smile:
Indeed, some interesting parallels... Don't we all too often have discussions on when a picture is "photoshopped too much" - forgetting that the picture never was reality in the first place?