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Hex editor and hiding data
Remember an image file format is very specific and structured. for example, if this is a jpeg file, it contains segments, each beginning with a marker. Markers tell you the type of segment, and sometimes the length.
Remove the appropriate, and standard segments, and what you have left is the data you are looking for.
If this method does not work, then look at each segment and look for anomalies within the segments themselves.
Just an idea.
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