This might seem like an odd title, but let me explain: I'm giving a seminar presentation next week with the aim of proving that we did not not go to the Moon (not proving we did, but showing how hoax claims are incorrect, hence the "not not"). The bulk of the "evidence" for a hoax that most conspiracists point to is photographic in nature, so I thought that I would ask this question of all you photo folks: What is/are the main photography-based reasons that you've heard/seen that "prove" we did not go to the moon? Or if you're a hoax believer, then what photographic evidence do you have to support your claim? I'm not looking for the actual explanations, I can figure those out on my own. I already have a hefty presentation lined up, but I wanted to get some feedback from you guys to make sure that I address the most common claims. P.S. Please don't have this thread digress into a shouting match among believers and non-believers. Just list the claims and that's all.