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So, you saw the live pizza delivery that happened during the Oscars after host Ellen DeGeneres joked about sending out for some pies, and sure enough, a deliveryman from Big Mama's & Papa's Pizzeria appeared. While he didn't give his name, many of his co-workers were cheering for him. Today, a talented Reddit user decided to Photoshop several Oscar nominees and winners posing with their younger selves. Continue reading for more.

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Let's face it, finding your soulmate is an extremely tough task, but one should never resort to Photoshopping someone else into their pictures to make others jealous, especially if the profile pics look as laughable as these. Starting off, we have a face that doesn't quite match the body to say the least. Continue reading for more.

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Patrick Thorendahl, known as Peeje T. online, has become an internet sensation in the most unlikely way. He's always loved the idea of being instantly recognizable, like celebrities are, so he decided to Photoshop himself into several photos. Starting off, we have Peeje saying goodbye to Jay-Z as he takes Beyonce out for a nice dinner in the city. Continue reading for more.

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Have you ever wondered how some famous vintage photos would look in color? Well, thanks to advancements in photo editing software, amateur designers worldwide are now able to show off their colorization skills. Above, we have a beautiful colorized photo of Dorothea Lange's "Migrant Mother". Continue reading for more.

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There's no denying that everyone ages, even the seemingly timeless celebrities - some of whom go for countless plastic surgery procedures to retain their youthful look, but have you ever wondered just what some of them would look like posing next to their younger counterparts? Well, this photo series should provide an interesting look. Above, we have a young Bryan Cranston. Continue reading for more.

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It's Friday, or at least for some of us, and what better way to waste time than check out how some notable Disney characters would look like with and without beards. Starting off, we have none other than the Sultan from Aladdin. Other notables include: Gaston, Scar from The Lion King, and more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Before getting final approval by the marketing department for your SD card ad, make sure that the quality assurance team catches the reflection mistake that shows a 4GB rather than the 8GB being advertised. That is just one of the many bizarre Photoshop disasters we've rounded up for you today. Continue reading to see them all.

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Technically speaking, photo manipulation refers to the application of image editing techniques to photographs in order to create an illusion or deception after the original photographing took place. For example, the fox above was Photoshopped onto the body of a chick. Continue reading for 25 more amazing photo manipulations that will boggle your mind.

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According to Know Your Meme, "Face Swapping" is basically a Photoshop technique that involves digitally altering the faces of two or more subjects depicted in a given image. The exact origin of the face swapping technique is currently unknown, but two of the earliest known Photoshop memes in the early 2000s are the Asian Prince and Little Fatty, which featured many examples in which the subject's face was superimposed over another. Continue reading to see them all.

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Photo manipulation is used everyday by digital artists to either touch up photos or just create surreal situations and scenes. Caras Ionut, a digital artist and photographer, falls under the latter category. According to Ionut, his imagination and work are inspired by dreams, as well as the autumn and winter seasons. Continue reading for more.

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