I'd also love to see this scenario play out:
You move to Hawaii and have to go down to the DMV to get a Hawaiian drivers license. When they ask to see your birth certificate as proof of identity and citizenship, you whip out your iPhone and show them a scan image of it.
"Sir, we need to see a paper copy of your birth certificate."
"But, why?" you ask in a puzzled tone, "Obama only had to show an image of his, so why can't I?"
"Sir, this image doesn't even have a Seal and a signature on it! We need to see a certified paper copy of your actual birth certificate."
So, you flip to the image which had edge detection applied to it and say, "See this?" pointing to the fuzzy outline of the Seal, "It's got a Seal and a date stamp, and if you look at my next image (which is a red enhanced copy) you can ever notice the signature."
"Sir, I'm going to have to ask you to leave.."
Oh, I fully intend to scan in a fake birth certificate for Dolly Parton at my license renewal. Then when ask for proof that I am Dolly Parton now, I am going to give the a photograph (ala factcheck.org) and say “here, see, I even had my original birth certificate changed”. I am now “Dolly Parton”.