There are many photographs that have made people go gaga and have taken the internet by storm. Yet they seem to be not true. Photoshop has played a key role in making these pictures go viral. There are a number of photographs who gained much attention from the people but were later discovered to be an artisanship by Photoshop experts. Take a look at these Photoshop which went viral.
8 Award-Winning Photographs Gone Viral That Are Actually Fake
A large wolf spider was spotted outside the home of Paul Santa Maria. However, later it was found to have been edited. Take a look at this picture where the arachnoid creature was seen on the wall of a house.
Take a look at this picture where rock is seen in the sea and then there’s a castle on top of it. It was titled as ‘Castle House Island’ in Ireland’s Dublin. The reality of the picture is a combination of ‘The James Bond Island’ from Thailand and Lichtenstein Castle in Germany.
An image got circulated on the internet where a large number of people gathered to witness the giant squid on the beach. The handy work of Photoshop actually enlarged the squid and the real picture actually was a humpback whale that was washed into dry land.
Imagine a selfie in the midst of air surrounded by clouds. This picture where a pilot was seen taking a selfie was actually cleverly edited. The picture was taken on an open ground but thanks to Photoshop that it made the picture go viral.
In one of behind the scenes of a National Geographic program, a bear was seen chasing the crew. The picture where the crew was seen running from a bear was actually edited and there was no bear in real.
This picture where a British Navy diver is being pulled when attacked by a shark was claimed to the ‘photo of the year’. This was actually two photos blended into one by editing.
Would you dare to believe that spider which got frozen? A cropped image of an ice sculpture by Michael Kaloki and Timo Koivisto made headlines on the internet when it was seen with a frozen spider.
Take a look at this picture where this horse was seen with a marking written as ‘horse’ in its body. In reality, it was cleverly edited to spell it out which was for a Photo Effects contest.