Mixing two elements into one, and more than that, in a way that seems docile and manageable. Interesting situational juxtaposition

The water in the glass looks very realistic. I like the motion of the water. The transition between the tornado and the water is well done. I love the colors. The glass is transparent and it is holding the water like it's supposed too.

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Amandine Van Ray is an Estonia based artist who creates Surreal artworks by combing photography and digital art.

55 incredible examples of photo manipulation...some I really enjoyed and some not so much but amazing work

A cool collection of very creative and funny food manipulation photos that looks a great piece of art.

Creative Photo Manipulations by Hugh Kretschmer

Creative Photo Manipulations by Hugh Kretschmer

Inspiration: Surreal Photo Montages by Thomas Barbéy

Inspiration: Surreal Photo Montages by Thomas Barbéy

Surreal Photo Manipulations // Thomas Barbéy - This image is very beautiful. The illusion / edited effects make this piece very beautiful. I like this concept of photography because it's abnormal, it's different, it's unique, and purely just surreal.


Trying to fill in someone else's shoes is futile. The person will at best be a shadow of the one who shoes they are trying to fill. It is best to have new shoes (their own) rather than live in the shadow of another


Picture writing prompt: The keys contain things people need. Money, love, respect, honor, etc. When each person turns they can only choose ONE key to use for the rest of their life. Which key will you/the protagonist pick?

55 incredible examples of photo manipulation

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All you photographers out there... thinking outside of the box is pretty much the best thing ever.

I really like how the perspective is changed here and how it changes the picture entirely. I also enjoy the lighting and the way the water distorts the image.