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Frog Princess Leia

Photo credit: Tanto Yensen / Bored Panda

Indonesian photographer Tanto Yensen managed to capture and up-close image of a frog with two small snails hanging around each side of its head. While many internet users claim that the frog resembles Princess Leia from the Star Wars universe, others have envisioned it as other characters, such as Ludwig van Beethoven, George Washington and more. Continue reading to see more Photoshop hilarity that ensued.

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Adobe VoCo

Adobe's "VoCo" is essentially Photoshop for audio, as it enables one to take an audio recording and instantly alter it to include words or phrases the original speaker never said, in what sounds like their voice. At a live demo in San Diego, Adobe took a digitzsed recording of Jordan Peele saying "and I kissed my dogs and my wife" and changed it to say "and I kissed Jordan three times". The edit took just seconds and only required the operator to type over a transcript of the speech and then press a button to create the altered voice track. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of workers in Japan patching up a 100-foot sinkhole in just 48-hours.

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Photoshopped Celebrity Photos

Photo credit: Average Rob

Just about the entire world knows about the complicated divorce situation between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie by now, but "Average Rob" on Instagram decided to lighten up the situation by digitally adding himself to one of their photographs. That's not all, this Instagram star has Photoshopped himself into dozens of celebrity photos, ranging from Eminem to Hillary Clinton. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Photoshop Troll Funny

Photo credit: James Fridman

Photoshop guru James Fridman is back at it again, and this time, he continues to troll Twitter users who send him requests. For example, the user above accidentally typed "pet" instead of "put", and was trolled accordingly, with his head plastered on a dog's body. Others include: cleaning a stone wall gone wrong, running from something scary, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Before After Tattoos

Photo credit: Steven Burton via Peta Pixel

Photographer Steven Burton unveils his latest project, "Skin Deep," which involves digitally removing the tattoos of ex-gang members to expose a side they haven't seen in years. "A friend of mine was working at Homeboy Industries and took me to see the documentary G-dog; which is about father Greg Boyle and Homeboy Industries, which is an NGO that he founded and is director of. After watching the film, I was inspired by Father Greg Boyle and equally inspired and moved by the Homeboys/girls trying to change their lives against the odds. I knew I had to do something to help spread awareness. The concept came to me when I learned that tattoo removal was such an important part of leaving the gangs," Burton told Peta Pixel. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Geonosis

Photo credit: Sebastien Del Grosso via Bored Panda

Geonosis is basically a rocky desert planet where battle droids are manufactured, and the site of the opening battle of the Clone Wars. All life on the planet is presumed destroyed by the Empire in Star Wars Rebels. Close to Tatooine. Sebastien Del Grosso managed to recreate this planet, along with a few others, using action figures and Photoshop. Continue reading to see more.

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Sons Drawings Animals

Photo credit: Things I Have Drawn via Bored Panda

Dom is six-years-old, has a wild imagination, and loves doodling. All of his masterpieces are shared on Instagram, but not before his father / artist transforms them into bizarre real-life objects using Photoshop, like the strange car above. Other examples include: a shark, lion, lemur, cruise ship, and even a dinosaur. Let's just say that any child would be terrified at seeing some of them firsthand. Continue reading to see more. Click here for a few bonus images.

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Wonder Woman Daughter

Photo credit: Josh Rossi Photo

Josh Rossi, also known as Photoshop Dad, spent $1,500 on a hand-made leather costume, as well as props, to transform his daughter into Wonder Woman, and the results were stunning to say the least. He collaborated with Mcgrew's, a studio in Salt Lake City, to replicate Gal Gadot's suit, complete with sword. Since the actual Wonder Woman movie won't be released until May 7th, 2017, the team only had the trailer to work off of. Continue reading to see some before and after shots.

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Douglas C-47 Skytrain Pyramids

The Douglas C-47 Skytrain, also known as Dakota (RAF designation), is essentially military transport aircraft developed from the civilian Douglas DC-3 airliner. It was used extensively by the Allies during World War II and remains in front line service with various military operators to the present day. The photo above shows one of the aircraft flying over the Giza pyramids in Egypt sometime during 1943. Continue reading for ten more fascinating colorized historical photos.

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George Lucas Mark Hamill

When principal photography began on March 22, 1976 in the Tunisian desert for the scenes on Tatooine, the project faced several problems. Lucas fell behind schedule in the first week of shooting due to malfunctioning props and electronic breakdowns. Moreover, a rare Tunisian rainstorm struck the country, which further disrupted filming. Mark Hamill can be seen in the photo above conversing with director George Lucas. Continue reading for more hand-colorized images that give vintage photos new life.

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