Obaid ur Rehman May 18th, 2010

30 Brilliant Photos That Look Like They Are Photoshopped But Are Not

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Photomanipulation techniques have become so much common that some time we wonder if the image is real or Photoshopped; and our today’s post is the example of this dilemma. In this post we have gathered some real photos that have not been photoshopped but look like that. These photos are the result of incredible artwork of photographers who used their creative in somewhat very bizarre manner to produce such a wonderful artwork! Please feel free to share your comments with us and share this post with your friends, colleagues, co-workers and family members.

30 Brilliant Photos That Are Not Photoshopped

The Saint

The Saint

In Memoriam

In Memoriam

Salar de Uyuni

Salar de Uyuni

Blue

Blue

Fly Rider – Best EXTREAM SPORT PHOTO

Fly Rider - Best EXTREAM SPORT PHOTO

Sun ring.

Sun ring.

Photos

Photos

Apple and water

Apple and water

FALL

FALL

Dinge die ins Wasser fallen

Dinge die ins Wasser fallen

Fan’s Eye

Fan's Eye

Last Drop

Last Drop

Depth of Night

Depth of Night

Escalade

Escalade

Washed Up Hearts ll

Washed Up Hearts ll

Home alone

Home alone

Gelato di nuvola

Gelato di nuvola

Final act

Final act

Free

Free

Barrel Time

Barrel Time

Falling Up

Falling Up

Dreamland

Dreamland

She

She

Infinite Possibilities

Infinite Possibilities

Pregnant water

Pregnant water

New miracle ?

New miracle ?

Love Will Come Through

Love Will Come Through

Lending a helping hand

Lending a helping hand

Roof Dancers

Roof Dancers

Shadow #2

Shadow #2

34 comments

  1. Really cool set of pics here. I also tried some of these back in the day and they came out good too.

  2. The little gal’s shadow has been Photoshopped away in the third photo. Pointless depth perception trick at that point. They could’ve done the whole thing in PS and not left home. Still, the rest are lovely.

  3. Interesting. As a professional photographer for the last 30 years, I looked at those images and didn’t see anything that looked “photoshopped”, yet I imagine that every single one of them was. “Photoshop” is a noun. It is a thing. It is just a piece of software that does what the owner instructs it to do. All of those images were opened in Photoshop, had the levels and curves adjusted, maybe the saturation, etc… The negative stigma attached to photographs that are “photoshopped” needs to go away. “Deception” is what should have the negative connotation attached to it. There is absolutely nothing that you can do in Photoshop that you can’t do in the darkroom if you have the skills.

    1. I think the work displayed here is an excellent standard Josh. It would be interesting to compare it with some of your work if you feel none of it is “Impressive”? I would certainly give you an honest open critique. Just a thought.

  4. “I removed Aileen’s shadow with Photoshop. It was my careful positioning that allowed Aileen’s shoes to appear to overlap, not photoshop.”

    Third pic..

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