Here we are learning Photoshop as amazing results are always possible with photo-manipulation. However there are also many photographers that like to take original pictures that look extremely unreal. Let’s check them out now! Click on each image for their sources.           Li Wei is a contemporary artist from Beijing China. He states that these images are not computer montages and that he works with the help of props such as mirrors, metal wires, scaffolding and acrobatics. He then removes the wires and scaffolding with Photoshop to create these seemingly impossible photos. Do you believe it? .  

      Alexiuss is not just the master of digital painting, but also a great photographer. You can see more of these high speed photography at his .  

                  Liu Bolin is a young Beijing based artist who has exhibited primarily in China until last year’s solo show at Paris’ galerie bertin toublanc and a group show with the gallery in Miami. Followings are some of his "Camouflage" series. .  

        There is a group of photos associated with Clouds. It is interesting to see how each photographer took their shot creatively with other objects.                               Poor horse…                                             I cannot believe this image was not photoshopped. The chance for such a scene to appear is almost impossible. Isn’t it?                

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