Girls are complaining about the ability of Photoshop, and the propensity of the media, to improve upon Nature. For some reason, they seem to think that they are dealing with unfair competition.
Chinese social media remembering the Tiananmen Square protests of June 4, 1989 evades censorship using a little Photoshop ingenuity.
The rubber duck image came to mind because a giant rubber duck visited Hong Kong harbor early last month.
Emmy Chang reports: “As of 11:19 AM local time on June 4, according to the South China Morning Post: “’Rubber duck’ has since been blocked as a search term on Sina Weibo.”
Elephant magazine admires Rolling Stone’s gilding of the lily in the case of this photograph of Katy Perry. Note the improvement to her bosom and her right hand. Who knew that it was necessary for slick magazines to correct pretty girl’s finger positions?
Hat tip to Don Surber.
The caption for the photo said: This picture was taken in Puerto Rico shortly after Hurricane Irene ravaged the island. Yes, that’s a shark swimming down the street next to a car, and this is exactly why authorities in NYC are warning people not to go swimming in flood waters after a hurricane. Sharks go where fish go, and fish go where water goes, and if that water (and those subsequent fish) happen to be right outside your front door, then guess where that freakin’ shark’s going to be?!
The Washington Post spoiled all the fun by identifying the shark photo used for the pranked image.
Real source of shark.
Just show him this.
From Van Helsing at Moonbattery.
George Lucki, a friend from Polish heraldic study circles, posted on Facebook a Photoshopped version of Jan Matejko’s Portrait of Artur Wladyslaw Potocki (1850-1890) with his own head replacing the original.
Actually, I think Mr. Lucki’s countenance looks even better than Mr. Potocki’s in the portrait. In fact, I did not recognize it as a Photoshopped image, until George told me.