It is only an opinion, much like the photo critique, but I ask myself questions like:
What evidence do we have for the prep and suit-up process?
What about the escorted walk to the transport van?
The ride in the van to the launch site?
How about the number of people involved in boarding?
Were they seen leaving the ship before it launched?
After the launch, were any anomolies reported by any of the DEW Stations?
I think there were 16 at that time. Their radar was good to over 200k-feet, altitude. They all watched it go out of range and return
How about the return and recovery? Almost a thousand people at sea and in the air, watched it hit the water.
The USSR tracked the entire mission and said 'what' about the US faking anything?
To me, there are far too many 'dots-to-connect' to explain suspect photos as being faked or modified.
The photos are actually rather small pieces of the puzzle and all, or at least most, of the remaining pieces will have to fit,,, some where.
I would think so, in support of the initial claims or accusations.