A couple weeks ago, I saw a post about how a few friends of mine were using Photoshop to create the best photo of themselves in years.
It was the result of some intense work with a friend, and it was just the beginning.
I was intrigued.
I knew the process was pretty much the same for anyone, but for me, it felt like the perfect example of what I call “funny Photoshops.”
I started to make fun of myself, and for a while I didn’t even care.
But then, one night, I was scrolling through my social media feeds and came across a post by the name of “Pete” from Instagram.
I thought to myself, “Oh my god!
This guy is actually awesome!”
It was a good thing that the post was a photo of a friend and that I was actually using Photoshop.
Pete’s post was pretty simple, and even though it was his first post on Instagram, he had a solid understanding of the software.
He was an avid gamer, and his work was impressive.
After a few more rounds of editing, I had my first photoshopped photoshop battle.
After the battle, Pete posted a comment that really hit home for me.
I was like, “Wow!
This is awesome!”
After the post went viral, I noticed a pattern of posts like that on his Instagram feed.
I also started seeing the comments on my posts on Twitter.
A few weeks later, I received a text from my friend asking if I was interested in getting a photo with her.
I thought, “OK, I’m not going to do this, but I can definitely do this!”
The first thing I did was check to make sure that Pete was legit.
I clicked on his photo and was shocked to see that it was a Photoshop-smashed version of her.
I could not believe my eyes.
My friend, who I had never met before, told me that she had just discovered my post and was really excited about it.
She said she was going to take a picture with me and that she was super excited about the results.
I thanked her for sending me her photo and told her to call me when she got back.
The next day, I called her and told the story of the photoshopping process.
She had no idea how to get a picture of herself, so she asked me to take the photo for her.
The photo was actually a Photoshop photoshop of her sitting on the subway platform.
It was just a few seconds of a quick photoshop job, but it was pretty amazing and I got the best reaction I could have expected from a random stranger.
This story has been shared on my Instagram and Twitter feeds a lot.
The response to it has been so amazing.
I got hundreds of messages from people thanking me for sharing my experience and saying they had been photoshoped.
There have been a few other Photoshopped Photoshopping posts on my Facebook page, but these are the best.
In my opinion, these are my favorite photoshoppers.
I am also a big fan of the Photoshop Battle Facebook page.
The page is filled with photoshoping battle photos from all over the world.
These are the photoshop battles that I have had the most fun photoshophing, and there are many more photoshoppers out there.
I would love to see more people do photoshoptical battles.
I can only imagine how awesome these photoshop photoshop fights will be!