Photo altering tools like Photoshop have had a significant effect on how the world perceives beauty. Hungarian singer Boggie displays the drastic change that shopped videos and images go through with her latest music video that features her appearance being digitally altered from beginning to end.
PhotographerJennifer Greenburg has connected with a number of vintage black-and-white photos she's collected over the years by inserting herself into the actual images. She connects with the scenery by mimicking the style at the time at which each photo was taken and the overall mood of what is happening in the pictures.
Within hours of Redditor SpnkyHappy sharing an unfortunately photobombed picture of her boyfriend proposing to her during their recent trip to Disney World, the awkward third wheel guy has become the latest model to enjoy his 15 minutes of viral fame, thanks to Reddit's photoshop wizards. To see more photoshopped images, check out the gallery on Know Your Meme!
A photograph of a man holding up what appears to be a winning Powerball ticket has gone viral on Facebook, except it's unmistakably fake (trivia: the first five numbers of Powerball tickets are always printed in numerical order). Uploaded by a Facebook user named Nolan Daniels, the picture is accompanied by a message that is already too good to be true: "Share this photo and I will give a random person 1 million dollars!" As of Friday evening, the post has accumulated more than 968,000 shares on Facebook and will likely break through 1 million shares in the matter of hours.
It would've been too good to be true if the Chinese Communist Party's once-in-a-decade leadership transition last week didn't leave any controversies behind on the Internet. The Daily Dot reports that this photoshopped parody of the Chinese leaders (including Xi Jinping, Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao) doing the horse dance was making the rounds on Facebook, Weibo and other microblogging services before getting censored by Sina Weibo censors.