- A notorious internet photoshopper recently shared throwback pics of the 2019 Springbok Rugby World Cup win
- Hilariously, the local man decided to add a few familiar faces into the photo who were not present at the actual event
- Confused by the great photoshop job, Twitter users headed to the comment section to share their thoughts
A young man and evidently pro-photoshopper recently took to Twitter to show off his exceptional skills. @_Hybreed_ shared a picture of South African champions, the Springboks after their 2019 victory.
Except, this time the picture had a few faces that were not originally in the picture. Jacob Zuma and Caster Semenya can be seen perfectly photoshopped into the picture. So perfectly that only those who had actually seen the originals, could spot the odd ones out.
"On this day, a year ago, the Springboks lifted the Webb Ellis Cup for the third time, after defeating England in the 2019 Rugby World Cup final," he captioned the hilarious Twitter post.
Meanwhile confused Twitter users wondered whether their eyes had been playing tricks on them. While a few smart ones knew that the photo had been doctored, many others headed to the comment section to share their thoughts.
Read a few of them below.
"Lesedi, kgante which TV was I watching that day."
"Okay, what isJacob Ghedleihlekisa Zuma doin there... did he win a penalty for springboks?"
"Your work will not go unrecognized san."
"Haibo when did JayZee get there I thought...Yoh yazii yini."
In similar Briefly.co.za news, technology is constantly advancing and becoming easier for anyone to use. Whether you're editing a selfie or photoshopping an image, all these applications are within arm's reach. Most recently, South Africans have started a trend of photoshopping well-known names.
A few weeks ago an image of Julius Malema photoshopped onto National Rakgadi's body went viral. Now, Twitter users have taken on Finance Minister Tito Mboweni. Mboweni has been blowing Twitter up with his cooking escapades, so what's more fitting than to photoshop him as a chef?
The image depicts Mboweni in a chef's uniform complete with a hat and his latest dish of mopane worms in hand. Mboweni shared the image to his personal Twitter account, asking who had edited the image.
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