January 26, 2011

“In Soviet Russia, photo ‘shops YOU!”

Somehow I never quite got to this 1987 gem when it made the rounds a few months back. Without further ado, then:

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Posted by John Nack at 7:42 AM on January 26, 2011

Comments

  • Mel — 8:05 AM on January 26, 2011

    Ahh, the old FotoSchopSki, no? Looks like it took about a half-million dollar mainframe to run it. How fortunate we are that Gordon Moore invented his law!

  • Andrew McCormick — 8:35 AM on January 26, 2011

    would love to have some subtitles on that one.

  • Richard Lawler — 8:48 AM on January 26, 2011

    He’s using an Apple ///!

  • Rich Morey — 9:07 AM on January 26, 2011

    I agree it would have been nice to have subtitles – but I also laughed because weren’t the Soviets famous for removing people from photos too? I didn’t see any examples of that.

  • amalo — 11:10 AM on January 26, 2011

    and americans are famous for creating lies and fake documents to invade other countrys and kill innocent people.

  • chrysinthe — 1:41 PM on January 26, 2011

    Check out the book “The Commissar Vanishes” to see Soviet people-removing at its best – Stalin would have loved Photoshop.

  • Guennadi M — 10:04 AM on January 27, 2011

    Ah, I remember the style, remember the voice of these Soviet era tv docos!

  • chrysinthe — 10:10 AM on January 28, 2011

    Also, looks like they had content-aware fill back then – what took you guys so long? ;)

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