Unimaginable Photos That Look Photoshopped But Are Real

By 3 years ago

It doesn’t matter what artistic profession that you are in. Whether it’s Graphic Design, Illustration, Web Design, etc… the majority of us use photos in our work. All of us use photography to set a mood, or to tell a story. We even use it to simply capture events worth remembering. As the saying goes, a picture is worth a thousand words, and it could not be more true.

Digital photography has become extremely popular thanks to its accessibility and speed, but to get the best out of those photographs, some time needs to be spent editing and tweaking them. Photographers spend hours upon hours trying to adjust the image to make it perfect and most of the time they do a wonderful job. It just so happens that the photographs that you are about to see in this gallery are the exception to the rule. Nothing has been touched to make these epic photographs nothing less than spectacular.

This Is What Happens If You Throw Hot Tea Into The Air In The Arctic

Boiling water is closer to evaporating than cold water, so when you throw extremely hot water into a very cold, very dry atmosphere, the smallest droplets are able to cool and evaporate in a dramatic cloud before they reach the ground.

A Galactic Tennis Ball

Once again this photo is untouched. The tennis ball is soaking wet and when you spin it the water starts to shoot off to make the appearance similar to a solar system. This photos is extremely easy to duplicate. Simply get a tennis ball and soak it in water. Next, throw it up in the air with some spin and let the picture taking being!

Modern Dykes, Windmills And Highways In The Netherlands

There are over 1000 windmills throughout the Netherlands. With that being said, it is very likely that if you visit the Netherlands, you will bump into one. The windmills pictured above happen to be the most beautiful mills that seem to be floating but are actually attached at the bottom. Simply breathtaking.

A Temple Covered In Ash From The Ontake Volcanic Eruption, Japan

The famous volcanic eruption of Mount Intake took place on September 27, 2014. This shocking event ended up killing 63 people. This was the first fatal volcanic eruption in Japan since the 1991 collapse of lava dome at Mount Unzen. The crazy thing about this eruption is that there was no warning. There were no significant earthquakes that might have triggered authorities to evacuate the hikers, climbers, and tourist that were around the area at the time. But sometimes after tragedy comes beauty and this is why we’re sharing this with you.

Two Worlds Divided, New York, USA

Central Park is an urban park in New York city.  The park’s current size is 843 acres. It also happens to be the most visited urban park in the United States with over 40 million visitors per year. Another fun fact is that Central Park also happens to be one of the most filmed locations in the world.

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