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November 15, 2011

Adobe shows ULM student photo on its national Web site

Adobe recently selected a photograph by a ULM art student to be featured in its “Real or Fake” online contest.

Srdjan Marjanovic, a senior graphic design student from Serbia, submitted his picture of a bird he took in Black Bayou for the Web site’s consideration.

“I was really surprised,” Marjanovic said of being chosen. “It was unbelievable that from the whole world they picked my photo.”

Adobe chose the photo, "Up and Down," for its “Real or Fake” contest. Contestants look at five photos and guess whether they are real or altered.

For the record, Marjanovic’s photo is real.

Adobe’s Photoshop software is the premier editing program available.

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