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Fans don’t seem to appreciate Kim Kardashian’s efforts to use a bit of digital magic to create the perfect family photo

The reality TV star has to Instagram Friday to show Flintstones-themed outfits Halloween family. Kim dressed as Betty Rubble, St. was Fred, North dressed as Wilma, and babies dressed as the Flintstones real toddlers – Chicago Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Psalm. Kanye West dressed as Dino, pet dinosaur Flintstones.

But this costume caused a bit of a problem for Chicago, Kim shared. Little did not realize that the giant dinosaur was really just a suit and his father was inside. So with Chicago apparently too scared to join the rest of the family photo, Kim let the toddler jump the snap and was rather a separate image of the digitally edited 21 months.

The results unsatisfactory, and fans had no difficulty Kim how poorly edited picture was.

“Lol I’m sooooo here for editing Chicago,” wrote another fan, adding emoji laugh-cry. “it’s good.”

Most comments on the issue seems to be in jest, and the vast majority of the thousands of comments seemed impressed with Halloween costumes coordinated family. The series of shots also won nearly 6 million likes.

This is not the first time that Kim Kardashian has been charged to look too much on the photo editing to make his photographs perfect look. Cosmopolitan reported, fans jumped to reality TV star several times with accusations that she used an obvious Photoshop part to give a more flattering look for herself.

Kim has sometimes pushed against these rumors, as it did in March 2018 when fans noticed a car that was crushed in the background of one of his pictures, apparently a liberal use of editing.

Kim responded by saying that she had actually done anything with the photo itself. Instead, she had re-posted a photo that a fan had done and added his own filter to it.

“I see online and new media that I had a” Photoshop fail, “Kim wrote in a post on his website. “So ridiculous! I reposted a photo on Instagram that a fan had posted I just added a filter for it … It looks like the fan reflects the photo, which is why the car looks like. “

Is this the most dangerous photo ever put on social media?

If you are afraid of heights, sorry. Model Viki Odintcova caused an uproar in 2017 when she took a picture of herself on the edge dangling Cayan Tower Dubai. According to the New Zealand Herald, the building is 307 meters tall (about 1007.22 feet). Homegirl was no safety net and nothing attached to it in the building, but the hand of his burly assistant. This is also true for the photo of his fake a fall out of the building. Not even kidding.

Of course, his fans immediately shouted WTF. They asked how on earth she thought it would be a good idea to risk his life for such a horrifying image. But in her defense, she issued a warning “do not try this at home” and released a behind the scenes video of how she made the waterfall. She commented on how easy it was to do so and, in fact, building officials must thank to expose this major fault.

USA Today reported that Dubai police demanded that Odintcova sign documents saying she did perform another waterfall that could endanger his life in Dubai. No word on whether her mother had a heart attack on seeing the photos.

Optical illusions – Perception is everything so have a closer look at these awesome illusions

Optical illusions can use color, light and patterns to create images that can be misleading or deceptive to our brain. The information gathered by the eye is processed by the brain, creating a perception that in reality does not match the real picture. Perception refers to the interpretation of what we take in through our eyes. Optical illusions occur because our brains trying to interpret what we see and make sense of the world around us. Optical illusions just fool our brains into seeing things that may or may not be real.

Try some of these illusions and discover how it can be difficult for your brain to accurately interpret the images of your eyes. Click one of the images below to begin your exploration of optical illusions.

The First Camera Phone Picture – Who first put a camera in a cell phone?

Jumping ahead a century with an equally important image is the first cellular camera phone. In 1997, while in the hospital after the birth of her daughter, a man named Philippe Kahn software entrepreneur wanted to capture and share an image of Sophie in real time. He connected a digital camera to his flip phone using some original lines of code. After honing his prototype, Sharp first used the technology then to change the world.

Philippe Kahn is credited with the creation of the camera phone in 1997. On 11 June this year, Kahn took the first photo “camera phone” of his newborn daughter in a maternity ward, and then transmitted wirelessly photo more than 2,000 people worldwide. Since “camera phones” existed at that time, Kahn hacked together a primitive combining digital and cell phone camera to send photos in real time.

Kahn then begin LightSurf, a company that has considerable influence in picture messaging. The LightSurf technology is still used by Sprint, Verizon and other major carriers worldwide.

When somebody uses incorrect but similar sounding words to express themselves

What almost always gets a laugh out of us it is when someone uses words that sound wrong, but similar to express themselves. Electrical rather than electoral, bone jaw instead of  bonjour , suppository rather than repository – the comic potential is almost unlimited, because we all have blind spots where we mix two words that sound similar they are, in fact, nothing more than a similar meaning.

Mona Lisa Painting – Amazingly Interesting Facts

  • “Mona Lisa” is not her name. The subject of the painting is Lisa Gherardini, a 24-year-old woman, whose rich husband – and presumably adoring – was commissioned by Francesco Del Giocondo. This explains the less common title of this painting, La Gioconda. The name Mona Lisa (or Monna Lisa, as Italians prefer) roughly translates to “My Lady Lisa”. Others think it’s a self-portrait of Leonardo da Vinci himself.
  • “Mona Lisa often made strange things to men,” wrote R. A. Scotti in Vanished Smile, “The Louvre’s collection had more than a million works, and it alone received its own mail.” The painting has its own mailbox at the Louvre because of all the love letters that its subject receives. Men are dead to love him. In 1852, an artist by the name of Luc Maspero threw himself from the fourth floor of a Parisian hotel, leaving a suicide note saying: “For years, I struggled desperately with his smile, I prefer to die.” Then, in 1910, a loving fan came in front of her only to shoot himself in the head when he looked at her. Napoleon had a crush on her. It is said that her fascination with painting inspired her affection for a pretty Italian girl named Teresa Guadagni, who is actually a descendant of Lisa Gherardini.
  • Her eyebrows are a subject of debate. Some argue that the subject’s lack of eyebrows is representative of the high-class fashion of the time. Others insist that her AWOL eyebrows are proof that Mona Lisa is an unfinished masterpiece. But in 2007, ultra-detailed numerical analyzes of the painting revealed that da Vinci had painted thicker eyebrows and lashes. Both had simply disappeared over time or had been victims of years of restoration work.
  • In 1911, the Mona Lisa disappeared from the Louvre in Paris. Pablo Picasso was one of the suspects of theft. He was interrogated and imprisoned, but subsequently proved innocent.
  • Despite her smile, her expression is generally neutral, but debates about the emotions that underlie her suggest she is happy (83% of people think), disgusted (9% think), fearful (6% think) or angry (2% think). His smile does not change, but your mood changes. She has long smiled or fascinated artists and historians. But in 2000, Dr. Margaret Livingstone, a neuroscientist at Harvard, applied a scientific method to the reason why Mona Lisa’s smile seems to have changed. It all depends on your goal and the response of your brain. Brilliance of Vinci.
  • Leonardo has never signed, dated or given a name to this painting.
  • Scientists think they may have discovered the bones of the woman who posed for the painting, buried under an altar in the convent of St. Ursula in Italy.
  • A professor of Sicilian anatomy suggested that the woman who posed for the Mona Lisa would have suffered xanthelasma, cholesterol build-up under her skin and a tumor in her right hand. Because Leonardo was also a scientist, it was conceivable that he would have been interested in a careful treatment of all visible physical ailments.
  • The middle axis of the image passes through the middle of the forehead, nose, chest and cross of Mona Lisa’s hands. So perfect. Leonardo blurred the corners of Mona Lisa’s eyes and mouth with a technique called “sfumato” (in Italian, “sfumare” means “shading”, “disappearing” or “disappearing”) to give it a mysterious expression.
  • The Mona Lisa is the most parodied work of art in the world.
  • In 2010, art historians magnified high-resolution images and discovered tiny letters and numbers painted inside Mona Lisa’s students. The letters “LV” (possibly the initials of Leonardo) appear to the pupil of the right eye and the letters “CE” or “CB” to the left eye. Marks resembling the number “72” (or possibly the letter “L” and the number “2”) also appear in the arch of the bridge in the background. Some say that these images were formed randomly as a result of the many small cracks in the varnish of the painting.

Duck Lips – Stupid Internet Trend That Need to Stop

By at least 1989, duck face was used by scientists studying chimpanzees to describe the expression they make doing certain kinds of behavior like grooming. To be fair, actresses like Marilyn Monroe had been making this face for decades to make their lips look bigger—although it was more likely to be described as a “kissy face” pre-1989.

While you could argue that the dawn of Myspace profile pictures and digital cameras in the first half of the 2000s spawned the pose, it really picked up around 2012 just as Instagram started getting popular. Despite being the butt of many jokes, it still hasn’t disappeared.

For women, they found, the best option was that flirty, pursed-lips expression commonly known as the “duck face.” As long as women were looking directly at the camera, a flirty duck face was even more enticing than a smile.

Even men who made a duck face while looking at the camera did about as well as men who simply smiled.

Then, in 2015, a group of scientists waded into the duck-face discussion. Researchers analyzed 123 selfies taken from Sina Weibo, a Chinese microblogging site similar to Twitter, and had each person whose picture was analyzed complete a personality questionnaire.

This is a face used in many teenage facebook pictures. They stick their lips out in a fashion that resembles a duck’s beak. It is meant to be seductive, although why anyone would think ducks are sexy, I don’t know. Stay away from these girls, prolonged exposure to them may cause brain cell damage. This is not to be confused with a kissy face, which is a girl making a face as if she were about to kiss someone. This is an okay face under the circumstances that she is in a relationship and sending it to her boyfriend because she’s traveling far away or blowing kisses to her mom or dad through skype. It’s Valentines day. If it is not under these circumstances, then it’s just as bad as duck lips. Results showed that those who made a duck face were more likely to be neurotic, which means they tend to be anxious and moody.