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“Chameleon and Begonia”. (Photo by Arie van't Riet)

Physicist Arie van't Riet uses a series of duel X-ray cameras to capture flowers, plants and small animals in living dioramas. The x-rays are then finished and colorized in Photoshop. Giving way to some breathtaking nature scenes. Photo: “Chameleon and Begonia”. (Photo by Arie van't Riet)
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13 Mar 2014 05:45:00
Digital Art by Hong Kuang

Kuang Hong is a great artist from Shanghai. The oriental style is felt in his drawings and you can just like it. The weapons he uses are Wacom Intuos2, Painter and Photoshop CS2
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19 Aug 2013 10:09:00
Art By Frank Melech

Frank Melech is a digital designer and photographer from Germany. He created his fantastic pictures using Adobe Photoshop.
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03 Jun 2013 10:28:00
Surreal Drawing By Anil Saxena

Anil Saxena from Mumbay, India creates amazing photo manipulations using Photoshop. These surreal photos will truly amaze you. Anil started out doing conventional darkroom photo composition and retouching them before moving these skills over to Photoshop. He is a true perfectionist: “If the image is a success but my work goes unnoticed, I’m doing my job well.” says Anil. I think we definitely should notice these works, because what he does is amazing!
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14 Jun 2015 12:34:00
“Hostess of the sweet”. The girl cooks jam. (Photo by Aleksandr Makarenko)

“Hostess of the sweet”. The girl cooks jam. (Photo by Aleksandr Makarenko)
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17 Apr 2013 13:53:00
Fun With Face Swaps Part 2

The internet has been awash with face swaps for years — here’s our contribution to the art of creating nightmares with Photoshop.
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04 Jun 2014 16:18:00
Upside-Down Self-Portraits By Caulton Morris

UK-based photographer Caulton Morris seems to master the art of headspin to perfection with his non-photoshopped Upside-Down Self-Portraits.
All images in this series are created in a single frame without using any photo-manipulation.
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29 Jan 2013 14:35:00
Terrible TV Art Part2

The blog Terrible TV Art is dedicating to Photoshopping the faces of TV and movie characters to cartoonish proportions.


See also: Terrible TV Art Part1
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12 Sep 2013 11:56:00