Irina Werning had the exact same idea as the folks behind Young Me/Now Me, except that Werning goes the extra mile, copying the setting, the clothes and even the exposure of the old pictures.
Photo editing is useful and fun, but Photoshop isn’t exactly the easiest program to master. Lifehacker’s tutorial was made with absolute newbies in mind though, so don’t go looking for advanced tricks.
Final Gear forum members have been having a hell of a time editing pictures of cars (and then some). The rule is simple – invert the upper half of the vehicle. Some of the results almost seem okay.
Using quick cook food is a half-assed way of cooking. They’re testaments to our laziness. In fact, we’re so lazy we’re not even willing to follow the steps it takes to make these things properly.
Redditor mygrapefruit used Photoshop to colorize Malcolm Browne’s famous photo of ThÃch Quáº£ng Äá»©c, the monk who burned himself to protest the persecution of Buddhists in South Vietnam in 1963.
Got a problem with your picture? Want to make your flyer fly? How about that boring drawing? Don’t worry fam, CMYKilla and his Photoshop posse got your back. Clippy’s got nothing on these guys.
We must have somehow missed the episode of Star Trek where they traveled back in time to the Victorian era. Photoshop manipulator Rabbittooth put these images together to refresh our memory.
After working overtime on Halloween to complete their seasonally mandated mayhem, these ghastly beasts, creatures and slashers need to unwind. Thanks to the wonder that is Photoshop, they can.
Photoshop dexterity (PSD) is a skillset acquired by proficient users of Photoshop. Qualities of PSD include supernatural powers of imagination and a strong desire to make the world more beautiful.
You’ve seen the new features in Photoshop CS5, but the guys over at College Humor have the scoop on the photo editor’s latest capability, which makes all of your dull, boring photos totally rock.
SomethingAwful ridiculed Sony’s leaked PlayStation Move guide, which apparently was made for morons who need to be told that hitting people and objects with the controller is not advisable.
We are truly enjoying the talents of the folks over at If Star Wars Was Real, who curate quirky Photoshop images that seamlessly blend familiar characters from the movie with old timey photos.
Play tricks with your eyes in these animated optical illusions from brusspup, who created them with Photoshop and Lightwave 3D. Hang in there for Pac-Man’s grand entrance. (Thanks Jansen!)
We had no idea so many celebs had jumped on the Android OS bandwagon. The guys over at Celebrity Android Sightings have cataloged some of the more famous Android celebs.
Russia’s Local Globes allows users to make globes with their own personalized maps. A map with a 2:1 ratio and the Flexify 2 Photoshop plug-in gives users a template to glue onto ready-made globes.
The bored Photoshop experts at Something Awful cook up hilarious image-doctoring themes every Photoshop Phriday. In this one they mix and match movie posters with titles from other flicks.
Photoshop expert John Derry shows more cool CS5 tools – natural brushes and paint that act like the real deal. It can’t compete with ArtRage, but it’s about time Adobe added these features.
You Suck at Photoshop by Matt Bledsoe and Troy Hitch tells the tale of Donnie Hoyle, a man skilled at Photoshop but bad at everything else. Watch 10 episodes of Photoshop tips, tricks and hilarity.
Adobe shows off what they think are the top 5 new features in Photoshop CS5. While we’ve seen a couple of the features before, the new painting, HDR Pro and masking tools look really slick.
If you thought the Content-Aware Fill in Photoshop CS5 was cool, check out this video which shows a tool in the works called “Puppet Warp,” which lets you bend and twist images with amazing precision.
Food, nature and an epic mustache come together in Selleck Waterfall Sandwich, featuring Photoshop mash-ups of, well, Tom Selleck, waterfalls and sandwiches. Love the site? Check out the shirt.
Watch that girl become invisible with just a press of the Delete key in this demo of the Content Aware Fill Feature in Photoshop CS5, which goes on sale on April 12. See one more demo here.
While we wish he’d look at some awesome(r) things, Barack Obama does his best to feign interest in slightly more awesome things in these pics by Dean Trippe (aka Bearsharktopus Man).
Add a beveled, drop-shadowed layer of complexity to your decor with Menino’s Wall Bar; instantly recognizable by Photoshop fans, it’s a 31.5″ silk-screened MDF board of PS tools.
iPhone users aren’t the only ones saturating, cropping and flipping: the Photoshop Mobile App is now available on the Android Market and includes auto-upload and sharing.
Life imitates, copies, and pastes art with this image.jpg Photo Frame; purely analog, the OS X chrome is silkscreened onto a wood frame with included “transparent” grid background.
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