miscaption

miscaption

(ˌmɪsˈkæpʃən)
vb (tr)
to provide with an incorrect caption
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Another miscaptioned photo shows a jaguar and claims the animal is being rescued from the water during the recent Amazon fires.
In Darrell Dvorak's article, "The First Atomic Bomb Mission: Trinity B-29 Operations Three Weeks before Hiroshima," on page 11; the photo was miscaptioned. It should have read "Clyde Stanley Shields, commanding officer of the flight test section of the 216th Army Air Forces Base Unit (Special)." Also, on page 14, caption should read "Major Clyde 'Stan' Shields wearing his Legion of Merit award." Both photos courtesy Keith Shields.
There are a few instances of rushed proofreading and miscaptioned illustrations, but overall this volume is beautifully produced and engagingly written.
The plate showing the opening folio of Chaucer's Complaint of Mars is miscaptioned 'The beginning of The Parliament of Fowls' (Plate 8).
One image of Raptors fans miscaptioned as Trump supporters was a screenshot from video of the Toronto celebration taken by photographer Toby Guu, according to Snopes.com.
The miscaptioned video has been shared 100,000 times and racked up 2.8 million views, according to FactCheck.org.