Just imagine: you carefully create your image in social networks, for each photo you choose a special angle, a good pose, put the light on and then retouch the best shot for a long time. And then you are marked on a not-so-successful frame, and all efforts go down the drain. It’s a shame, right? The heroes of our article just fell into this situation.
Happy Worthy Life has stumbled upon photos of people who just wanted to look good in their photos, and instead of compliments, they received only ridicule and accusations of overuse of Photoshop.
“Do you even breathe?”
“This guy is a big fan of Photoshop. On the left – our photo from his instagram, on the right – from mine “
Apparently, the photographer decided to show what was supposed to remain behind the scenes.
“His teeth are brighter than my future.”
Reflection revealed the whole truth
It’s possible to determine that this is one and the same person, except for moles
“She said that she looked exactly like in the photographs. Oh well”
“The selfies she puts out are all photoshop.”
“This guy filters all his photos and even videos, but I know what he really is.”
“That’s how she looks in her photographs and video”
“In life, you can only recognize her by suits”
“Yes, actually he’s not so brutal”
“Here’s a photograph of this woman running for mayor where I live.”
“She’s so cute, why would she need photoshop at all?”
“It seems that even a shower is not enough to wet such gorgeous hair”
“It feels like two different people”
But she is already pretty
“No, this is not mom and daughter, this is one and the same person”
“She’s different in the marked photos.”
Another example of how photos from social networks can differ from reality
“It’s all makeup and filters.”
Bonus: this girl uploads her photos on “good” and “bad” days
Do you use photoshop or filters in your photos? Or upload pictures as is?
Preview Photo Credit nokia621 / Reddit