Stunning Digital Photos That Look Like (Surprisingly) Real But Are Not


15 Responses

  1. logolitic says:

    great digital photos; the selfillumation is absolutely fantastic!

  2. GraphicsFuel says:

    Awesome. Yes truly they are so real that i mistook some of them to be true. I really love the fruit hoot

  3. seotopofsearch says:

    fantastic photos great post i will visit again

  4. Cre8ive Commando says:

    Photo manipulation is such a clever art form. The light bulb picture is an oldie but a goodie. 🙂

  5. ZeeVoo says:

    Dude, those fish light bulbs are AMAZING! Do want!

  6. Reeder says:

    Fantastic photos, wondering if cameras used could be posted, i am a user of the EOS-50D from Canon, and am upgrading to the up and coming EOS-60D with 18-135mm lens kit i found at Would be nice to see along with photos, what lens and camera were used!

  7. Marc says:

    This is real rubbish, but if you’re obviously paying well for comments and digg buton pushes. Where can I sign up?

  8. Thomas Craig Consulting says:

    These are awesome, love the results. Great share.

  9. Blaine Sword says:

    WOW! Awesome pic’s. I really wish I could take or even edit pictures like this. Great post, thanks alot.

  10. Benin says:

    I don’t get it, ‘wonder creations’ isn’t how I would describe these.

  11. Dertive says:

    Those are terrible, and old. A few of them are actually good (BMW), most look like standard student work, if that. Definitely not stunning.

  12. Sean says:

    The blurring looks so blurry, I’d think it was really an out-of-focus photograph… not an out-of-focus rendering.

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