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With more and more people becoming proficient at using image editing software like Photoshop it can be hard to tell whether what you see on the internet is real or fake.
While most of the time your skepticism is probably going to serve you well, every once in a while you may be in for a bit of shock. These 25 images you won’t believe weren’t Photoshopped will probably do just that.
Known as a Janus cat after the Roman God who looked both forwards and backwards, Frank and Louie is currently in the Guinness Book of World Records for being the oldest surviving Janus cat in the world (12 years)
in 2010 a boy was born in China with a total of 31 digits (15 fingers and 16 toes). He has since had surgery to remove the extra appendages.
The Namibia shot ..try as I might..
I cannot get mental perspective to the field of view to make sense of what they say that is. No perspective. It looks like an orange wall of color thrown in for the background.
Originally posted by Wrabbit2000
reply to post by snapperski
You know, I still can't get my mind to see it. I just can't get a handle anywhere for depth or scale. That's the problem. It looks the same in each corner as it does in the middle...so it comes off to my mind as a wall of speckled color...not a 3-d object in the world of the picture. How weird.... I would LOVE to see that same setting zoomed out to get the full sense of what was being photographed. I'm not usually one to remain in a cloud of confusion on an image, even after it's spelled out carefully but darned if there isn't a first for everything.
It's an orange background with the spray paint tool set to white and used too much. I know what it IS...but that is what it looks like, no matter how I try.