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An Honest & Painfully Accurate Parody Depiction of What Travel Influencers Really Do
If travel influencers were honest about everything that went into taking those luxurious hotel photos, or even those romantic photos of girl leading boy through the wilderness, would it change our opinion on what they actually do?
Cute Dog Portraits | Ty Foster Explores Dogs Wearing Cone of Shame
In the following series, Ty Foster explores dogs forced to wear the e-collar and “how dogs truly feel about the plastic prison that is the cone.”
The Fantastical, Humorous Composites of James Popsys
Popsys’ work reflects his humorous and quirky personality as he composites everyday objects together to create fantastical images.
Olympus Makes Fun of DSLRs With Hilarious ‘DSL-ARM’ Campaign
Olympus releases two mockumentary videos making fun of the weight of DSLRs with a fictional condition that affects DSLR users, called ‘DSLR-ARM’.
Friday Funny: A Canon Rep Looks Back On The DSLR Video ‘Revolution’ | Photo Humor At Its Best
In this short clip, Andrew Reid pokes fun at the DSLR market, makers, and consumers on the DSLR video revolution bait.
The Realities of Parenting: Photo Series Shows What Real Life With Kids Looks Like
This is what “real” parenting looks like…
“Life Once Removed” – A Satirical Look at the American Dream
Photographer Suzanne Heintz was tired of people asking her when she was going to get married and start a family. She got fed up, so she went to the store and “bought a beautiful family…of Mannequins.” And a photo project was born.
When Mother Nature and Photoshop Collide | Wildlife Composites by John Wilhelm
Many of us photographers love to shoot, but really loathe the post processing. Being in front of a glaring computer screen, editing for hours upon endless hours seems torturous for some. For John Wilhelm, a self proclaimed, “Photoholic,” the process from image to Photoshop to final product takes about 5 hours per photo and is so addicting that he goes through withdraws if he doesn’t go through the process for more than 2-3 days.