The fun of photoshop

In the middle of a safari adventure - Photo illustration courtesy of Christopher Curry

In the middle of a safari adventure - Photo illustration courtesy of Christopher Curry

Did I recently take a study abroad photojournalism trip to Kenya? No.

I shot a couple of shots right inside The Towerlight office to test out some camera settings, while our associate photo editor took this shot, thus plastered me into the scene of an African safari.

While anyone with sense can easily see that this is not a completely legitimate photograph, it is still interesting to see the simple benefits photoshop can provide. If nothing else, here’s a very interesting conversation piece.

Joking aside, it would be nice to go on an African safari and experience the nature and wildlife behind the lens of a camera.

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