Back in April, YouTuber Jack Douglass (of jacksfilms ) kindlyasked the internet not to Photoshop his wedding photos. Of course, he knew what would happen, and it did: the internet Photoshopped his wedding photos.
Now, Douglass is back for round two. On Tuesday, he tweeted a lovely photo of his wife, Erin, from their honeymoon. He also tweeted a .png version of the photo with the background removed.
"Please don't photoshop our lovely honeymoon," he wrote. "Just ignore the .png with no background."
— jacksfilms (@jacksfilms) June 12, 2018
Surprise! People Photoshopped the photo. And, in the classic tradition of the Photoshop battle, a lot of their creations were deeply strange. Good, though!
Okay, fine. I did not understand a lot of them.
— Dr. Grandayy :hospital: (@grande1899) June 12, 2018
— angora (@_AngoraX_) June 12, 2018
— Amanda (@kajdance1) June 12, 2018
— Jay is Trash ️:rainbow: (@spicyboijay) June 12, 2018
— Haribo Styles (@barbrastreistan) June 12, 2018
— Sam Rutledge (@super_sam_rut) June 13, 2018
— President Derin (@PresidentDerin) June 12, 2018
Per Douglass's non-request, each photo was hashtagged with #YIAYmoon, a reference to the prolific "Yesterday I Asked You" series on his YouTube channel. Synergy!
Anyway, three cheers for Photoshop, the program that brought usOprah's third hand and continues to bless us each day.