Here is a significantly higher resolution version of this image. Here is the source of this image. Credit to the photographer, Frank Augstein.
> Iranian soccer fans cheer as they wait for the group B match between Iran and Spain at the 2018 soccer World Cup in the Kazan Arena in Kazan, Russia
> June 20th. 2018
Virus assembles itself like lego.
Long blocks get snapped together.
This caps the blocks with a 1/3 height smooth block.
Virus segment: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/single-red-building-block-isolated-on-155314379
= can't connect.
Edit: FYI, this explanation isn't perfect. The better one from the expert (and reinterpreted) is below.
Here is a less cropped and significantly higher resolution version of this image.
Here is the source. It is not a photo but a rendering.
Great answer. As an addendum to your last paragraph, I'd like to add that a few different backdrop colors have been used over the years for the purposes of special effects in film. For example, Disney used to use a certain shade of yellow, as you can see in this shot from the set of Mary Poppins.
I'll just quote the article that I got that picture from:
> In what is sometimes called the “Yellow Screen,” renowned film innovator Petro Vlahos developed the sodium vapor process for technicolor film production. This process, which utilized a very specific light wavelength as a backdrop, would effectively “key” out certain colors through a very special camera, which Disney used heavily in the ’50s and ’60s.
Photograph was taken by Kanok Sulaiman at Luoping,Yunnan, China.
Here is the source of this image. Credit to the photographer, Abedin Taherkenareh, who took this on June 12, 2009. Per the source:
> An Iranian Female Shows Her Ink-stained Finger After Casting Her Vote at a Polling Station During the Iran's Presidential Elections in Tehran Iran 12 June 2009 More Than 46 Million Iranians Are Eligible to Vote and a Record Turnout is Expected to Be Reached the Four Candidates Are Incumbent President Ahmadinejad Former Prime Minister Mir-hossein Moussavi Former Parliament Speaker Mehdi Karrubi and Former Revolutionary Guards Commander Mohsen Rezaie Epa/abedin Taherkenareh
I shared your skepticism, looked into it and found that the original graphic is on ShutterStock, so I suspect this to be true.
*DEPARTMENT OF PHOTOSHOPP
Looks like the building was from this stock photo.
OP's image has been horizontally flipped. Here is a higher resolution non-flipped version. Here is the source. Credit to the photographer, Sergey Novikov.
I found the original. And here's their entire portfolio on Shutterstock. I think they're a non-native English speaker. Their English is good enough for these kitchy, Target-esque one-liners but every once in awhile they have a print that doesn't work, like "Explore world."
And here's the shutterstock link:
I think it would have been 199$ to license to license this image for merchandise use.
Instead of taking a phone screenshot that's absolutely tiny, perhaps find and post a better resolution version?
Credit to Anton Balazh. Here is a larger version. Elements used in the production are from NASA. Here is Anton's portfolio.
This is apparently common:
Here's an explanation:
>Cockroach poisoned with edible trap bait & squashed being eaten by ants on a concrete slab with it's poisoned guts spilling out - Image
Not Japan , it's the Ho Chi Minh City international Airpot
This type of map is called raised-relief map, and to make elevation features stand out more the vertical scale is magnified by a significant factor.
This is part of a collection by Anton Balzah, full album here: https://imgur.com/gallery/3kDqX, more of his raised-relief work here: https://www.shutterstock.com/g/antartis/sets/61479
CTRL+F: source author
In regards to people loving their videos but not their music Damian once said:
Think of it this way: I’m a chef, and you’re in my restaurant. We’re world-famous for having incredible desserts. And your question is: Do people have to eat the desert to enjoy the main course? From where we stand, it’s a wonderful thing that that we have such good desserts, and we feel blessed that they’re known around the world for being delicious and singular and unique and unlike anyone else’s. If millions come in for the desserts, and hundreds of thousands also find they like the main course, awesome. There are no bad customers in this restaurant.
You can't just say that without also giving a url
I found https://twitter.com/ajabernathy/status/932689088360140801 which has the meme soap opera thing but doesn't have the other pics from this meme...
edit: gotta catch em all? Use https://www.shutterstock.com/search/models/13719317,14852057,16696529?context_photo=297886754
They shot a bunch of them at once with different messages, I'm sure some of them could find use in some addiction pamphlet or whatever.
Also, it appears to be a simple edit of this one saying "DEATH" which is minimally less silly, hence the weird capitalization.
There's certainly suits of different degrees of quality.
For most beekeepers, they probably aren't even going to bother with more than a veil because there's no need. A bee might occasionally find their way into a veil like that, and 95% of the time that it happens you can just take the veil off and let her fly away without a sting.
OP's dude with the angry hornet is a different story.
Here is the source of this image. It provides the following caption:
> Funny little red-haired boy in earflaps hat is stroking a cat in the country in winter. Cat is standing on its hint legs as it is wanting so much to be stroked. Image with selective focus and toning.
Credit to the photographer, Marianna Smolina.
It's a shutterstock model with tattoos shopped on. The before pic just has muscles and beard shopped off. Here are more 'Young handsome muscular man standing in blue water looking away.'
Edit: I misspelled 'tatoo'
Here are much higher resolution versions of both images.
Here is the source of the first image.
Here appears to be the source of the second image.
Why is there stock video of lizards walking around in a white void?
I wouldn't say coaxing, but here's them pictured. Most I could find on what the woman pictured has to say is here.
But then again, I did spend like 50 seconds on this. You're welcome!
Take a look at OP's Instagram page at grafixart_photo. Everything is heavily shopped. Generally that's not an issue. But claiming that this image is "the best photograph" is disingenuous. Also, not crediting the photographer of the picture they edited (i.e. ventdusuds) either here or on Instagram isn't too cool.
Edit: Perhaps OP incorrectly titled this a photograph because his first language is French.
Here is his entire photo set. They aren't really organized that well, and there's 60 pages of it. I got through about 20 of them.
Here is the proposal picture. I love that he's named "cheater man," like he's some kind of really lame superhero.
Yes it is.
Notice the thumbnail URL is straight from shutterstock. You can buy the image here: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/man-pull-out-empty-pockets-low-611747735
After some of the other weird shit on this sub, nothing should surprise you!
Here is a significantly higher resolution version of this image. Not sure of the source of this image, but it appears that it was taken a the Serenity Premiere City Walk Universal City, CA.September 22, 2005.
It's a tarantula of some sort - possibly a <em>Pamphobeteus</em> species - but without a country of origin and more detailed pictures from other angles, it would be impossible to say for sure.
Comparison pictures one, two
The same reason there's a video of a man angrily flipping ~~pancakes~~ totillas
Might be a common trend for him.
Looked at another one of his submissions: P90 Wild Anansi
It very obviously uses another one of Ihor's patterns: Seamless spider web
First off, I think your boy looks amazing. The color transitions are great. I *can* see how he looks more pastel than albino, though, and my suggestion is to use some reference pictures of albino lizards. (Crocs and gators work too, but they tend to be EXTREMELY white with very little pink. But here's a neat exception: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-photo/albino-alligator-141056980?src=orTGcGSW162oTw_E2eF_yw-1-0 )
If your pink is kept more toward the recesses near the center of the body, and not on the more raised areas - which I think is something you could enact on the non-belly scales - that would be a fast way to get you looking closer to albino. (Especially if you combine that with lightening the darkest pinks around the head. It's a beautiful color, but I think it gets too dark for this particular project.)
I guess they weren't happy with all the other grammatically correct ones.
Another comment below mentioned he commissioned it in 2014.
However, the ape vector art was published on Shutterstock by Fun Way Illustration on 2013-11-14 (view the source for "datePublished").
So if that "2014" date is actually correct, the artist either used old stock imagery by someone else, or recycled their own slightly older art.
Next time go there with a year's worth of beard growth blue jeans and leather jacket like this guy . but wear flat black nail polish. When she out's you raise your hand and say something like ".... ya this guy's not afraid to wear nail polish." In theory that should make mom look crazy and you as just a progressive dude.
Ist ja auch nur ein Stock Photo
Immer toll, wenn man Bilder mit "Stock Photo sport woman dab white headphones" sofort findet.
Peter! What r u doin with that watmelones?
This is one of Anton Balazh's portfolio.
he took NASA pictures (and other sources too), and created poligon models so he could render them using artificial lightning and projections. He tweaked quite a bit of variables in the process until they were visually appealing so not sure you could do the math on any of these.
If we look at kodiak island, the larger island at around 3, and knowing it's 150x60km more or less, I can roughly see the mountains there are 4-5 times smaller than the width. Call it 10-15km.
Knowing the largest elevation on that island is 1,362.2 m (wiki) it's safe to say he used something like a 10x magnification on the elevation scale to make it it appealing.
Elevation must be non linear though because Denali (6190m) does not appear to be 5 times taller than Kodiak island elevations although the perspective is very tricky and heavily distorted by the also unnaturally small curvature of the earth.
At first I thought "Not only did they leave in the watermark, they forgot to pluralize the "makes"! How dumb can you be!"
But no, that's in the original:
>“2) Evergreen’s Day of Absence was not ‘reverse racism.’”
I like how he uses quotation marks, even though nobody uses that term but SJWs.
>“4) The Tucker Carlson interview unleashed a flood of hate toward Evergreen.”
Yes, that's what happens when the public learns about people acting like horrible people.
>“6) Racist hate mail and threats targeted free speech at Evergreen.”
>“9) Liberal arts and intersectionality are both about increasing available viewpoints.”
Fonte da onde tiraram
Os caras nem se sequer pagaram, roubaram na cara dura mesmo.
To whom it may concern, the pattern is originally created by Ihor Patsay who online goes by the name of Ihor_Seamless on many vector based websites (shutterstock etc.).
> There's no way they're producing a ton of custom art for these things - it's gotta be a stock image.
Of course it is: https://www.shutterstock.com/pl/pic-218490544/stock-photo-large-crowd-of-people-moving-toward-the-center-forming-a-circle-with-room-for-text-or-copy-space-advertisement-on-a-white-background.html?src=0WtWczYGtIOGHe9XG1JK3A-1-87
mm...I don't really see any of the normal cues I would use to narrow down the location here. Honestly I couldn't even be 100% this is in Japan, but then again there's a whole lot of Japan that I'm not familiar with so I can't say one way or the other.
The only thing I've been able to find of even remote interest is this stock photo taken by a Thai person that resembles the streetlamp in the photo, with an extra middle lamp.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help, but on the other hand I have just discovered that I am a hack compared to /u/DavidLasnier and the good people at /r/whereisthis
Found it on this blog over google image search: https://www.buzzfeed.com/bradesposito/distracted-boyfriend?utm_term=.slzppypJr4#.svJPPLP1ex
Here is the source of this image. Per there:
> Sheregesh, Kemerovo region, Russia - April 16, 2016: Grelka Fest is a sports and entertainment activity for ski and snowboard riders in bikini.girl bikini swimsuit on a snowboard
Couldn't find that, but how about pretty black girl holding watermelon?
I've seen these signs on the back of buses around the grid. This stock photo model probably didn't envision his sweet mohawk photos being used quite this way.
Remember to wear a helmet before you go to war.
Here's some stock footage of a truck driver's POV. He probably couldn't even see the guy at the time of impact.
Most of these shots were filmed with a DJI Mavic Air. The trick is making sure both shots are filmed horizontally at the same speed. Then combined together in After Effects. ✌
Video tutorial here: https://www.shutterstock.com/blog/create-inception-inspired-effect-with-drone
Anyone got a shutterstock account? I found the image in the background on this stock image:
and oddly enough I found a hand painted version:
I used get something similar when I saw tall grass in the sun, kind of like this (link to shutterstock), or this. It wasn't sadness, more maybe like longing. I only remember I used to get this feeling, I only have a faint memory but it is coming back. It was never super negative. Can you tell me if you get the same feeling? I'm sorry if it makes you feel sad. I just want to remember.
Yes, and anyone else who wants to make this poster can download it from shutterstock.
I'm going to guess the first word is "Fuck" and the second word is probably the last name of a prominent politician.
Edit: Actually, from this image search, it says Impeach Biff.
Yeah, but that’s what a Russian troll would say. 🤷♂️
Edit: conspiracy theorists should check out the amazing similarities between OP's profile pic and this shutterstock photo of a "beautiful young woman".
Haven't you heard? It does. When guys have too much sex, the penis becomes withered and thin. Get you a guy like this if it looks like this you know he's been sleeping around!11!!
Seriously though, what skyline? Dublin has a bunch of similar sized building that also look alike.
Washington DC protects the skyline because it has buildings like the White House, the Capitol building and monuments all over the place and it wants to keep them prominent. But it also allows building up in other parts of the city. Same with Edinburgh.
Dublin has a great number of building but none of them have particular prominence. The Central Bank sort of sticks out but it's kinda ugly too. But what really sticks out in Dublin is the Convention Centre and Samuel Beckett bridge. In other words the modern buildings.
There are so many modern cities in Europe where you are walking around one area surrounded by glass towers and 20 minutes down the road you are in an Old Town that looks like a fairy tale. I don't know anywhere like that in Dublin. Maybe a few places that could fill in for the dirty streets of Victorian London, if you were filming.
Elizabeth Warren totally sold out. You can't spend you're career attacking the financial wing of the establishment and then align yourself with one of the most polluted, corrupt, pro Wall Street establishment politicians of our time.
It's ok for her not to like Trump but be honest and support the candidate more aligned with your values. And if it was Clinton then Warren has been playing the long con.
Edit: Photo added for clarity.
like how EXO's stage manager accused IOI and Twice of copying his stage for the MAMAs? cuz that didnt' go anywhere. The creator used stock footage (https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-1116892-stock-footage-tv-noise-seamless-loop-retro-tv-color-bars.html?src=rel/3843722:9/3p) of an iconic image as a background for introducing a singer. that no signal thing is basically a trope in tv and movies.
I always think its funny when kpop fans bitch about plagiarism when the entire country has a enormous problem with actual plagiarism in gvt, technology and academia.
You can’t just say things are true because you want them to be. You clearly don’t understand basic male versus female breast anatomy
Here is an illustration showing the anatomical difference between men and women’s breast’s.
And here is a study showing that after puberty, women’s breasts are significantly more sensitive than pre-pubescent girls, and men’s sensitivity doesn’t change after puberty. No one is refuting that women’s nipples are significantly more sexually sensitive than mens
This picture isn’t wapiti/elk. The image source is vague, talking about both deer fawn and elk calves. The original source of the picture, as far as I can tell, is here and tagged as deer, specifically Cervus elaphus, the red deer. Wapiti/elk are Cervus canadensis.
EDIT: Here are some baby wapiti with their mom in Yellowstone; the calves’ noses and ears are much darker than red deer.
Willam and Alaska were also in NYC for the Tribeca film fest on Friday
I've been doing history research and just came across these tonight. Crazy to think hot molten steel (2500 degrees fahrenheit) was casually moved across this bridge by train.
Not true. It's a stock photo. There are other stock photos with that couple (among the photos here ), but they are meant to be used individually. And she isn't mistreating or ignoring him in most of them.
While it is based on a stock photo it seems it may have been photoshopped as it seems to be unique to pcmag.
OP after that someone hurt him https://www.shutterstock.com/video/clip-10733759-stock-footage-portrait-of-sad-children-with-emotions-and-feelings-worried-hispanic-or-black-young-boy-looking-at.html?src=rel/10733753:1/3p
Agreed. This was the first google image result for “autism logo.”
What’s the purpose of this logo? If it’s to continue / add to an existing effort of autism awareness, using an existing logo might make more sense. If it’s to start something new, this is a great opportunity to listen to the autism community’s response to the puzzle piece and create something fresh.
You're not understanding at all. This isn't the cake that you're advertising. This isn't even your pic.
>[–]WireSnoopIsMyBitch 8 points 2 hours ago
Found image of this cake on the following sites. It’s a stock photo.
Ah tá, é um vídeo. Link do Shutterstock
Então, eu não acho errado usar vídeos/imagens de bancos de imagens pra política. Não sei se tem alguma lei que proíba isso, mas eu sempre considerei que esses "depoimentos" são de atores.
Mas no caso tá claro que a tarja foi colocada pra cobrir a marca d'água do vídeo, o que é bem zoado, porque significa que usaram o vídeo sem comprar os direitos.
According to shutterstock, it was taken at a student protest in Italy.
This Amazon commenter found the stock photo used for "Richard Dorsey" on Shutterfly site. You can compare to the author's amazon profile pict.
Honeycomb is a very common way of construction. Doors, for example: https://www.shutterstock.com/search/paper+honeycomb+for+door+production
Can take quite a lot as long as it is evened-out pressure.
Starts out looking almost like roots..... but quickly fills in, and tends to turn the medium all white, like this:
Slight typo in your title, there: you wrote "picture of a real server room," when you actually meant to write "3D-rendered and completely fake stock image of what someone who has never set foot in a server room thinks one might look like."
Easy mistake to make!
EDIT: How about a version with brighter lighting and a door at the end? Look: they even found time to re-do the floor! Amazing what network engineers can find time to do when there aren't any actual servers to maintain...
EDIT 2: Ooh, looks like OP ain't happy. /r/quityourbullshit, OP.
Guess what? It turns out that OP's profile pic is a actually a shutterstock image.
The winter sport/frontside misty collection also uses a pattern from the same creator. The pattern is used on the under/black part of the gun.
Link to the pattern: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/grunge-background-black-white-abstract-texture-699794227
Link to the most visable example on a gun: https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.net/ugc/436074066851867917/1017D159051455B6EC6D52970EF683645FC0AA21/
After looking through his skins, a very high amount of them use patterns from this creator, at this point i'm kinda thinking that 2Dir is ihor_seamless
My history teacher is in a metric ton of stock photos but denies it repeatedly, would really like to know the story photos are at https://www.shutterstock.com/search?models=13719587,13678255&context_photo=126687974
Reddit do your thing
You sure about that? I bet you don't go out of Belgrade much. Again, don't throw stones from a glass house, we're all fucked in the Balkans economically.
I've wondered why they used the mirror effect on the edge.
Also, their game thumbnail is copied too.
And their thumbnail and image are made by the same artist.
Perhaps they bought the images from Shutterstock.
Here is the source of this image.
> Great Smoky Mountains National Park Scenic Sunset Landscape vacation getaway destination - Gatlinburg Pigeon Forge Tennessee
> credit Weidman Photography
Heh I was discussing this last night on a discord server Brad from Liliputing is on.
Their picture of them being ready for production on the main campaign page? From a Shutterstock video.
The picture of a lady inspecting pcb's from their latest update?
Shamelessly ripped from here.
Their proposed upgrade is flat out impossible.
The 7y30 is 20x16.5mm, the z8750 is 17x17mm.
The socket is completely different, they'd have to completely redesign the motherboard for the cpu change and then there's cost.
Considering there are Chinese tablets that have the 7y30 in the $330 range Intel's tray price of $280 obviously is not what Chinese suppliers are paying for them but its still not that cheap.
For $150 their original design with the z8750 is probably feasible.
The proposed redesign is impossible unless they want to lose money.
I'm inclined to say they took a Gole1, went to some electronics place to replace the z8350 with a z8750, slightly modified the case and are taking people for a ride.
I imagine this is inside a sailing boat and to be used on a calm sea to handle port and starboard rocking. I guess you don't make tea in a storm. You drink Wiskey or something.
It's a different way to say hood vents. They're the grate looking things attached to the wall. They suck up heat and smoke from cooking equipment on the line and get ridiculously dirty in a short time.
Dude I like that thought
The giant penis will likely be perceived as a compliment. Should have done a woman's tiny gesture:
Don't try to be cute or cleaver when protesting Trump or his people. They love that stuff. You have to get him where he is insecure
Like...stop with the "you're a crumb muppet" because you think it's cleaver. Start saying things like "Nobody likes you" or "you're a fraud" or "We miss Obama"
snail or slug eggs:
The stock video was called "The Future Funeral".
The artist has some really bizarre videos including Travelling with penguin.
This seems to be based off the following Shutterstock picture: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-illustration/highly-detailed-fragments-planet-earth-exaggerated-183862550
It is done by an artist, it's not a picture from the International Space Station.
Short answer: No, they are in violation if they keep the watermark.
Are they in violation? Short answer: Maybe. Edit: If they paid for the image at some point, they're fine.
Shutterstock photos are royalty-free. This doesn't mean you can use them for free, nor does it mean that if you leave the watermark you can use them for free. If you're monetizing (these guys are), you need to pay the original license fee for the image. Royalty free simply means that you can copy the image, use it, etc. as many times as you want once you've paid a one time fee for usage of that image.
According two Shutterstock, he's a “Young businessman doing paperwork with futuristic backgroung” (sic). There are even more photos of him on this site.
Edit: The same guy will tell you about the “5 tips to succes” (sic).
I’m sure 99.99 percent of people are away, but reference for those who might have missed this growing up: https://www.shutterstock.com/image-vector/optical-illusion-young-beautiful-princess-old-67150864
NBC didn’t photoshop it, it’s a stock photo accompanying a general article about measles, illustrating what a baby with measles looks like.
Thats what stock photography is for.
My high school girlfriend loves my moustache. She demands that you take that back.
Edit: See, I told you it was awesome.
Emma isn't a real person, stop getting upset about Emma.
If you think this was the best and only way to market e-bikes to women then I don't know what you want me to say. It clearly wasn't.
Also, you are kind've sticking your head in the sand if you think Emma is a real person.
-Hey, Doc, I fell in the river, disturbed the river bed, you know it's feces and general waste, so I'm here to get some help.
-No problem, we'll fix you right up!
-Oh, and there was a smashed up badger.
Yes they do. https://www.shutterstock.com/support/article/How-can-I-use-your-content-exclusively When you buy the exclusive rights you can do whatever you want with it, it is yours.
If it were me, I would inquire about the number of purchases previously and the cost for exclusive rights. If perchance it has only been licensed a handful of times it might be a wise buy.
No you didn't. Don't lie and misrepresent yourself. I've discussed this with you many times before with your other account /u/grafxart.
It is, she is very popular in stock photography.
In regards to the meme, they had a
It looks like the image was originally from this guys account.
Original is credited here
Neither appear to have been produced by NASA but may have used NASA data to create.
Another FEer tricked.... You could have spent 5 minutes to reverse search this image and track down the creators.