Monday, October 11, 2010

Why are you Stalin?





Dictators have a nasty habit of having people that lose their favor removed from photos. This is about 1930, long before the invention of photoshop...

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  1. Another amazing preshop shop!

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  3. Photoshop version -0.00001 !!

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  4. Damn this is very interesting

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  5. He probably removed him from life too.

    Stalin has a reputation for being a boss.

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  6. These are so awesome :P

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  7. that is a way cool shop. Bet it's way hard to do though

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  8. Stalin needs to learn about layers, and the proper filters.

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  9. Those pictures were actually taken moments apart after dude was knocked into the sea

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  10. he's just stalin still,let him be..oh wait

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  11. I really love these. never knew it happened until you started posting them.

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  12. awesome info here... good job!

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  13. lol that's pretty good. I'm impressed!

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  14. Wow, even before Photoshop they had the content aware fill tool... impressive @___@

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  15. my grandpa did that for living, besides sinking ships in russian navy

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  16. Heh. This is how they got Forrest Gump into all those shots; he was actually drawn in.

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  17. pretty good photoshop i'd reckon o.o

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  18. BTW who is the guy on the extreme left??

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  19. Oh wow, did they really remove that poor boy form the photo!
    Mesty =)

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  20. I see what you they did there...

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  21. Interestingly, if you simply try to use content-aware fill to try to remove the guy yourself, it doesn't come out too well: http://imgur.com/VJ5dy
    Apparently the tool still requires some work...

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