Apple’s new iPhone 5 has announced last week and it attracted plenty of attention from Chinese netizens . On China’s popular microblogging service Sina Weibo, #iPhone5 is Here# is currently still the number one trending hashtag topic, with over 19 million mentions over the past week and millions of messages posted each day. Despite featuring a so-called larger screen and being both thinner and lighter than the previous model, the new iPhone’s features and improvements failed to convince most respondents. Most of them notice that the new iPhone 5 is basically just a longer iPhone with taller screen. So photoshop experts have created some comical images which dubbed fun and humor, and these pictures are widely circulated on the Chinese-language internet …
Chinese photographer Fan Shi Shan from Shanghai has started a creative project ‘Two of Us’ in 2009. It involves a series of cloned pictures of Chinese people who grew up as the only children due to China’s one-child policy. These photo look kind of lonely and sad, the visionary has delivered a message that most of the modern Chinese has no cousins, no siblings. China is controlling its population, but it faces the looming problem of a rapidly ageing society with not enough young carers …
A Chinese artist from Dalian city, Northeast China, has created some very nice and unique artwork with his camera and photoshop skill. The Chinese commuters which are ‘floating’ on the road made us wondering when we will obtain access to some awesome invisible bikes of our own. This kind of manipulated photograph will certainly impress your facebook friend. A few more pics after the break.
This is not a photoshopped work, it’s real. A group of college students from Dalian, a major city at Northeast China, recently shot their graduation photos against a unique backdrop, their school building engulfed in flames. The university is located next to a warehouse. The warehouse caught fire and the flames spread to a student dormitory nearby. Many students first had the opportunity to use the burning dorm as the background for their graduation photos. It’s too big of a coincidence to see the university on fire on a graduation day and the students were filled with excitement. Two more photo after the break. UPDATE: new photo and video
Recently, the official website of Yuhang District Government from Zhejiang province carried an innocuous announcement about the completion of a landscaping project — accompanied by a blatantly re-edited photo of government officials ‘inspecting’ the park. The sheer awfulness of the work met a mixture of indignation and amusement among Chinese netizens. The government website posted an apology letter a week after the embarrassing incident. We are wondering why the authorities couldn’t hire a better web editor’s with good photoshop technique. Click in to see the original pics.
In China, contrary to the West, most couples get their wedding photos taken ahead of the actual marriage day. Rising cost of a wedding photo-shoot is forcing some Chinese couples to go the thrifty route. Instead of paying expensive professional photo shoot, the would-be bride has sought professional help offered by various online photography-related agencies. The agencies are providing manipulation of ordinary cell phone snaps into faked images for the wedding photo album. With the help of Photoshop software, a couple’s ordinary photo can be added with wedding dresses, flowers or even a tropical island setting to create faux wedding images …
This man is incredible! His name is “Baojun Yuan”, began to learn Photoshop repairing skill at the age of 60s. At the moment, he is 76s. In the past decade, he started to repair pictures for residents because he thought repairing damaged pictures are too expensive for them to afford. Therefore he bought himself a scanner and a computer to help the others for free. For now, he has repaired over 2000 old and damaged photos. This man said “my teacher just taught me how to repair the photos, but he forgot to tell me how to charge”. Let’s look at his brilliant works after the break!
In a few hours, Apple’s WWDC keynote is about to begin. While the whole world is waiting for the keynote from Steve Jobs, a Chinese tech website has brought us some official pictures of the new iPhone.
It doesn’t look like photoshop, so we believe it should be the real thing ! Check out the white color version, it looks really gorgeous ! So what is the real name for this new iPhone? Are we really going to call it the “iPhone 4G” ? Click in to see more pictures.
UPDATE: These pics are not real…
This mysterious iPhone 4G comes from a Chinese iPhone user. It’s running the iPhone OS perfectly okay. It’s operating with the Chinese Mobile carrier. It’s maybe a photoshop job or a knockoff. Is it real like a fake or fake like a real ? One more shot after the jump.
Everyone is loving the Apple iPad, but it may not satisfy your needs. China’s Meizu has created a tablet which may be an iPad killer. It looks and feels good as it is supposed to be. More shots after the jump.
UPDATE: Meizu’s CEO J.Wong stated that Meizu has no plan to launch an iPad killer. He said:
”Stop the photoshop work. I has no interest to create a big MP4! Isn’t the shame enough?”
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