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“Accuracy” is the term used to describe how much a photograph looks like the scene it depicts.

But the word “accuracy” does not appear anywhere in the nine characteristics or in the Trust Checklist.

In fact, the “most accurate” depiction of a scene may not even qualify for the “Guaranteed TCQ” label — not if the photograph was doctored to make it look more like the scene.

For more on “accuracy” see questions #225-229.