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It's that time again, time for yet another installment of Photoshop trolling. This time, we bring you three quick and easy ways to become a Photoshop troll in the areas of headshots, missing cars, and gold rims. Continue reading to see them all.

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While not as complex as this Photoshop trolling, this one shows why you should never ask an elite troll to change the background for you in any photo, especially to black. Let's just say that the job was completed, but in a figurative way. Continue reading to see why.

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Sometimes, you just need to crop a person or two out of a photo, but when you ask a Photoshop troll for help, things can get a bit weird. This person wanted "the man on the tricycle" placed on a white background, and what he got, was something totally different. Continue reading to see the aftermath.

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Replacing one color with another in Photoshop sounds easy enough, right? Even for beginners, this can easily be accomplished in 2-3 steps, but when you ask for the help of a Photoshop troll, expect the unexpected. Continue reading to see what happens in this request.

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You'd think that making someone look good, or an entire family, in Photoshop would be easy enough for those with experience, but the art of trolling would beg to differ. Let's just say that this person didn't quite get what they were asking for. Continue reading to see why.

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Adobe senior researcher Jue Wang has posted a set of images that have been run through the incredible deblur filter that we covered a few weeks back. Just to recap, the "de-blurring tool is only designed to correct for camera shake and not blurring created by motion or the subject being out of focus." The picture above shows Hwanho Sunrise Park in Pohang, Korea. Continue reading to see them all.

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During the Adobe's MAX conference, a company spokesperson demonstrated an all-new tool that "can convert full Flash animation into HTML5 on the fly -- it not only supports animations, but elements within those animations." Continue reading for the video.

Those animations or interactions will now be viewable on all kinds of devices - including the iPhone and iPad. This is where we think that this HTML5 conversion tool has real possibilities.
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For those unfamiliar with a plenoptic lens, it's basically "composed of a litany of tiny 'sub-lenses,' which allow those precious photons you're capturing to be recorded from multiple perspectives." Continue reading for a video demonstration.

The result is that you get a bunch more data in your image and an "infinite" depth of field, meaning you can toggle at what distance you want your image to be focused after the act of taking it.
[via Engadget]

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Finally, Adobe Flash has been ported to the iPhone 4, courtesy of RedmondPie. One your jailbroken device, simply "download the .deb, upload it to Cydia\AutoInstall on your phone via SSH, restart and you're done." Video after the break.

Cydia is a great place to hang out, and we're sure unlocking is pretty swell, but it's quite possible you and your freshly-rooted iPhone 4 have already run out of fun things to do.
[via Engadget]

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There's Adobe Photoshop, and then there's this adobe photo shop, which looks to be located in either a theme park or national park. Step right inside to create portraits, stickers, and hopefully more -- image via.