There's nothing wrong with using Photoshop to retouch images, as even professionals use the software for such tasks, but when you ask a prankster for help, things can get a bit weird. For example, the person above wanted to look more like Tony Stark in full Iron Man gear, but instead was Photoshopped to resemble a vitamin bottle, complete with cap and arm holes. Continue reading to see more of the hilarity that ensued when James Fridman started editing.
Due to recent weather calamities, this tree was uprooted, taking a lawn up with it. This may not seem like a particularly special event, but regardless, the image managed to go viral online, and now even more so, thanks to Photoshop experts from Reddit. Some notable examples include a Hobbit House and sweeping dirt underneath the patch. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny Facebook status updates gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a house you won't believe isn't real, just Unreal Engine 4 goodness.
Swedish photographer and Photoshop guru Erik Johannsson creates optical illusions by manipulating real photos into surreal works of art, like the mirror like you see above. This new piece took months of planning and work, along with over 17-square-meters of real glass. Most of his works contain actual photographs of different elements, which are then blended and then layered atop each other in Photoshop. Continue reading for more pictures and another video.
The Eiffel Tower is a wrought iron lattice tower, constructed in 1889 as the entrance to the 1889 World's Fairon, on the Champ de Mars in Paris, France. It's named after the engineer Gustave Eiffel, whose company designed and built the tower. During its construction, the Eiffel Tower surpassed the Washington Monument to become the tallest man-made structure in the world, a title it held for 41 years until the Chrysler Building in New York City was built in 1930. The image you see above is from 1888 during its construction. Continue reading for more amazing colorized vintage photos.
Photographer Felix Hernandez Rodriguez has always had an affinity for toys, but as he grew older, his imagination took things to the next level. Using real toys, he creates magical scenes using everyday things, like flour as snow, in real settings. A macro lens and the "focus stacking" technique - multiple photos merged to create a wider focus - are employed, in addition to post processing in Photoshop. Continue reading for more.
What if we could see the past in full vibrant color, like it should be viewed. Well, thanks to artists like Marina Amaral, we're able to see many historical photographs like never before. She combines her interest in history, with Photoshop, to create these incredible recreations. "When we look at the photo in color, we can easily have the feeling that we are living that moment again," said Amaral. Continue reading to see more.
Reddit user "Your_Post_As_A_Movie" specializes in taking random photos that people post online, and transforming them into professional-looking movie posters. Starting off, we have "Catastrophe", which started as a normal picture of a gray cat looking quite angry to say the least. Now the result is a movie that appears to have this one cat taking on the world. Continue reading to see twelve more.
Falling asleep at work while on the clock is bad enough, but having co-workers around when it happens, is far worse. The entire office decided to snap a group picture together while this person was in dream land. Shortly after, the image was posted into a Reddit "Photoshop Battle" thread, and a plethora of digitally altered images ensued, ranging from a simple face swap to full-on cartoon placements. Continue reading to see them all.
Nikon Singapore congratulated photographer named Chay Yu Wei for capturing a perfect shot of an airplane framed by a ladder in Chinatown on their Facebook page, but many internet users pointed out that the image was clearly Photoshopped. It was reportedly captured with a Nikon D90 at f/2.8 and 1/1600s, but as you'll see after the break, a white box can be seen around the airplane after you adjust the levels. Continue reading to see what the internet users did to this image.
Craig Mann is a photographer and Star Wars fan who just so happens to also spend 6-months of each year working on an offshore drilling rig. So, he decided to combine all three of those things into his latest photo series. "I don't take it to work and I spend too much time thinking about what I would like to take photos of when I'm home. After nearly 5 years of working on board, I finally decided to take my camera to work and make use of time I would have previously considered lost. I decided to take images from several work spaces and mix them with Star Wars," Mann told PetaPixel. Continue reading for more images and information. Click here for a few bonus images.