It Came from Outer Space! Bizarre Photo Manipulations

Tebe Interesno Photo Manipulations 4

A massive nuclear submarine lurks nearby, floating silently as it stealthily watches the massive oceans below. Wait… did we say below? A talented Russian Photoshop-er going by the name Tebe Interesno (“are you interested?”) has been whipping up some highly interesting photo manipulations, often involving the space programs of the US and former USSR. We see the Space Shuttle riding a broom into orbit (read that how you like), a long necked dinosaur showing up behind an astronaut on the moon (hoaxers rejoice!), and a ghost-like creature giving some much needed water to a dry part of the planet.

Visual Bits #459 > Home Is Where The Photos Are

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Visual Bits #454 > Otherworldly Photography

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Visual Bits #447 > Life Is A Balance: Photography

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Visual Bits #437 > A Sea Of Dreams: Surrealism

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Zoo Animals Get Fashionable

Zoo Portraits Yago Partal 1

Dog and cat owners already know this, but dressing your pet up in fashionable clothes is perhaps the best entertainment you’ll have. Yago Partal takes a cue from these pet owners and transfers it to something a little more exotic, the zoo. His recent series Zoo Portraits, sees creatures from giraffes to wolves getting spiffed up in trendy clothes; from suits to Hawaiian shirts. It’s one ridiculously fashionable menagerie.

Visual Bits #406> Stunning Places & People: Photos

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Visual Bits #405> The Cats Meow: Wacky Vintage Photos

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Visual Bits #370> The Surreality Of The Situation

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Stellar Photo Manipulations the Old Fashioned Way

Photo Manipulations by Thomas Barbey 1

Photo manipulations have been a mainstay of photography, even before the advent of Photoshop, but with the ubiquitous use of program by everyone and their brother, the world has become flooded with seriously questionable work. Luckily the other day we ran across the work of Thomas Barbéy to give us hope. His pieces bring back a classic surreal quality, perhaps because he does this the old fashioned way – with carefully planned film based photographs, selection of negatives and maybe even a bit of airbrushing.