Chi­nese Pho­to­shop Masters

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Gen­er­ally speak­ing, it’s not a bad idea if your num­ber one rule for us­ing the In In­ter­net is ‘don’t let the In­ter­net get its h hands on your per­sonal pic­tures’. But what do you do when the pho­to­graphs doc­u­ment­ing your most ex­cit­ing en­deav­ours don’t quite match up with the epic ex­pec­ta­tions in your head? If you lack Pho­to­shop-fu skills, you can do what peo­ple have been do­ing for gen­er­a­tions: Seek the as­sis­tance of an­cient Chi­nese masters.

Hol­i­day pic­tures not as ex­cit­ing as you re­mem­ber? Send in your pic­ture and now you’re wear­ing a som­brero and rid­ing a gi­ant chicken! School grad­u­a­tion not ex­actly the spec­ta­cle you’ve waited 18 years for? Bam! Now you’re a fully ar­moured, ban­dana-wear­ing archer stand­ing on top of a moun­tain, shoot­ing ar­rows of pure light straight into the sun while your buddy rides a cloud of flame into the dis­tance!

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