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‘The Bachelor’ Mocked for Comically Bad Bikini Photoshop Fail

Someone at ABC is taking a lot of heat for the editing in a recent episode of the popular TV show "The Bachelor." During a Cosmo magazine shoot that was filmed for the show, editors tried to "extend" the revealing bikinis worn by two of the contestants, and the results look like they were done with MS Paint.

RIP: Microsoft Paint Killed Off After 32 Years

Microsoft Paint, the first image editing software experienced by countless photographers and PC users around the world, is being laid to rest. Microsoft has announced that it's abandoning the famous program after 32 years.

Artists Delete Graffiti Photoshop-style with a Painted Illusion

Now this is clever: a group of street artists in Russia have "deleted" the graffiti covering a dumpster and abandoned car with a clever anamorphic illusion. Using paint, the artists covered the graffiti with Photoshop's transparency checkerboard to make it look like someone had cut out the graffiti from a layer in Photoshop.

How to Renovate, Clean, and Paint a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye

The Kodak Brownie Hawkeye was introduced in 1949 in USA and France. It’s a bakelite camera which produces 6cm x 6cm images on 620 film. It came in two different models: Standard and Flash. You can differentiate between the two by the nameplate on the front.

Portraits of a Man Blending Into World Landmarks

"Lost in Wonder" is a new project by New York-based artist Trina Merry, who's known for blending body art and photography to depict the human body in creative ways. Merry visited major "modern wonder" landmarks around the world and blended her model into each of the scenes.

Photographer Coats a Ferrari in an Explosion of Color with UV Paint and a Wind Tunnel

It's safe to say photographer Fabian Oefner -- whose many projects have never failed impress us -- has a thing for paint and physics.

Usually this means spraying, spinning and otherwise manipulating it to create colorful, abstract images against a black background. But when Ferrari asked him to capture the essence of their new California T in images, he took his signature art/science hybrid photography to new heights to get the job done.

Behind the Scenes with Fabian Oefner and His Stunning New ‘Orchids’ Series

Photographer Fabian Oefner's work with paint -- all part of his "Paint Action" or "Three" cycle of photo series -- never ceases to impress. His previous Black Hole and Liquid Jewels series highlighted the effects of centrifugal force and air pressure on paint, respectively.

The final series in the cycle, Orchids, explores the effects of gravity -- and, as always, it does so in the most colorful (and messy) way possible. What's more, this time we have a chance to watch him work behind the scenes!

Liquid Jewels: Photos of Paint-Covered Balloons Milliseconds After They Pop

Back in March, we shared Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner's Black Holes series of photographs showing paint being flung outwards by a spinning drill. We told you then that Oefner's stated goal was to "harness elemental forms of natural phenomena and capture them in the most stunning way possible."

His most recent project takes another stab at that goal, this time using paint and modeling balloons to create a series of photographs he's calling Liquid Jewels.