Whether we are scrolling through Instagram or watching TV, there is always an onslaught of seemingly perfect images, and it can be hard to remember that most of what we see has been Photoshop, whether it's a tweak of the hair or a heavily manipulated photo.
We reached out to picture-editing expert, Joshua Mike Bamiloye, who is the second son of Evangelist Mike Bamiloye, the popular Nigerian Christian film maker and founder of Mount Zion Movie Productions, who revealed the top four visible signs that an image has been Photoshop.
The ever young man goes by the nickname, jaymikee and his youthful looks compliment his parent's resemblance, as his Photoshop skills also are a beauty to behold.
Joshua Mike Bamiloye also doubles as the music producer for most of Mount Zion movie theme songs. These songs have featured in Mount Zion movies such as Dying for the king (2011), Shadows of Death(2012), Dangerous Influence(2011) Exemplary(2018) amongst a host of others.
So, what exactly are you missing? The answer is pretty simple. You need to up your game in the Photoshop department and learn how to edit pictures like a pro, even when you have taken a picture that essentially looks perfect to you, there is always room for a little photo editing magic to take it to the next level.
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