I don't think so, but would be curious to hear the opinion of a professional military photo analyst.Yes. But they couldn't choose the observer angle. The photo hoaxer can, so 2D would do.
Any thoughts on this @LilWabbit? I know you're not necessarily an analyst yourself, but you've demonstrated an understanding of intel and how it's used.
Addendum: The more I've thought about this, the more I question the comment about "choosing" the observers' viewing angle. I remember reading a book by a WW2 RAF Spitfire photo reconnaissance (PR) pilot who talked about how difficult it was to safely take his photographs. The Germans knew he had to fly a straight and level attitude at a specific altitude/airspeed (as a function of the lens/film in his camera), and he was limited to a specific route/time over target due to the position of the sun at any given time. So the guys on the ground may not have been able to "choose" the camera angle of the PR a/c, but they did know the limitations of cameras/film and the routes/altitude/attitude the pilots would have had to "choose" to get actionable photos. They wouldn't have had to choose the angle/perspective if they knew what it was going to be and spoof accordingly.