It is photoshopped, or at very least, “touched-up.”
1. There are no ripples in the water near her.
2. You can’t see the part of her body that is underwater.
3. The area of water before her is dull–it’s been “smudged” in photoshop.
4. Her arms would never reach the side of the pool like that without her being bent over more. NEVER.
Actually i took a similar photo this weekend of my wife.
August 26, 2010 at 7:49 am
1> yes there are look harder.
2>zoom in on it. Same thing with my wifes photo
3> it has not its angle and light naturally.
4>she is bent over pretty far, follow her neck line into the water.
actually i dont think its photo shopped. look perfectly normal to me if u look at it sideways.
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uhm. i think we just have to look at the picture on a different angle. =) like, tilt our head a little bit. =)
Not photoshopped. I took pics like this with my riend this summer it’s also rather fun to do sit ups like that in the water with your back pressing fully against the pool wall XD but not photoshopped or touched up. depending on how long she was like that the ripples won’t be as defined as they were when she first got into that position and it’s rather easy to get into that position
It’s not shopped, she’s not really submerged, very careful positioning
That’s an awesome pic… great angle from the photographer!
the picture was just FLIPED!
nothing special here just fliped
Yes, I think everyone gets that. That the picture was rotated IS what’s special. Because you see, in this rotated state, it looks just as if the girl was sitting normally on a ledge, while in fact she is hanging over the edge of a pool, holding herself straight out.
Take any assortment of random pictures, rotate them 90 degrees and you will most probably get… Nothing special. There will be no effect like this, because normally we aren’t in positions that will look like another, natural position if rotated.
Get it now?
Probably not. You’re probably one of those who see a funny manipulated picture and rail “This isn’t funny, it’s ‘shopped!!!” – completely failing to see that something can be special, entertaining or beautiful no matter how it was created.
Yea, i see your point and as a matter of fact you are right. This picture is amazing.
wow!!they are really amazin!!!!!!
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Its a picture that was inverted and if u can rotate the picture u will find the real fact.its a simple pic only taken while she just put his back in water and supported by holding the wall of the swimming pool.
1st time 1 didn’t concentrate on it.n today i found that if u will rotate the pic or your pc the real pic will be in front of u.
jeez, just turn the damn photo on its side…see the other swimmers on the edge of the pool?
This is retarded, only two of them are actually ninety degrees.
what a difference 90 degrees can make!
Physics should explain! hahaha..
… but the most photos have a 180 degrees change
Haha, the horse sculpture is in my country! Didn´t know it is “so” famous.
It is parody of riding statue of saint Wenceslaw (Vaclav), which is dominant of Wenceslaw square in Prague (Czech Republic capital city). See the original statue on Google Maps – search for “Vaclavske namesti, Praha, Czech Republic” and zoom. This parody statue is inside “Palac Lucerna” (Lantern Palace) nearby. It is supposed to remind people to don´t stop trying to be proud of our country (and creating reasons what be proud for).
Its not fake, cuz if u see the right side of the pic, you would find out people got there heads out of the water…… So its real guys
…all fake, all ‘shopped!!! fake and gayy!!!1
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4 of these are 180 degrees
Cool pic, I like
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