The photoshop genie continues to fulfill wishes too literally
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We've already talked about James Friedman, the Photoshop guru who takes requests literally. So, he returned with a new collection of photographs of people whose wishes he fulfilled exactly as they wanted it.
The photoshop wizard already has 430,000 followers on Twitter, although James had only 73 tweets during this time. The photos demonstrate the designer's strange sense of humor — he finds, perhaps, the most literal ways to fulfill a request. He warns his future victims on his social network page that by sending him a photo for processing, they agree to publish it on his blog.
"Dude, the mirror was a little dirty when I took the picture. Can you do something about it?" Of course it can.
Request: "Can you make it so that I don't stand out from my family? I'm the only redhead." Done.
"I want very big breasts." Made by.
Request: "Can you fulfill my long-standing dream and put me in space?" Placed it.
"I want to be in Star Wars." Done.
"Move me to the Titanic, maybe then I'll find a soul mate, because I'm so hungry for love." Moved a starving man.
"Please make it seem like I'm thinking about something very important."
"Can you make my boyfriend interested in me instead of the phone?"
"My boyfriend only likes legs in me. Make me something like the title of "Miss Legs"."
"Friends say that in this photo I have a neck like a giraffe." "Your friends are wrong, your neck is normal. And here — like a giraffe."
"I don't even know what to ask for. Do at least something to your taste." Did.
"Make it look like I'm running away from a train."
The girl wrote that she lied to her friends about going to Paris, and asked them to put the Eiffel Tower in the photo. She misspelled the name of the tower: "Eyefell tower" (literally translated as "Eyepal").
"I want to put this picture on the avatar. But so that everyone immediately understands which of the three I am (in a blue T-shirt)."
But the photoshop guru leaves a joking tone when faced with low self-esteem. The boy sent a photo for processing with the question: "How would I look if my skin was lighter?" James replied that then you would become a different person, and you are you, that's what's great.
"Please make me thin in the photo. I will never be able to lose weight, and I so want to have a photo that I could be proud of. Please." "You can't be proud of what you haven't achieved. If you are healthy and happy the way you are, why change?"