There is no way that the picture you posted is not a PHOTOSHOPPED PHOTO.
First thing, easily noticed, is that the LIGHTING is completely off.
That was my initial reaction, as well. There is no way those people are standing on the lawn in front of that house.
The photo is from the article, not from the poster.
Not so fast buckaroo...Being in the photo buis for some time and trained in portrait photography the old analog way its easy to control your aperture and speed to cause the flash to drop of at or just past the subject .
That is called “Fill Flash” and is something todays digital amateurs know nothing about.
The people standing in front do “pop”, but I doubt it’s photoshopped. I think the photographer used a flash to light up the people in the foreground so they would stand out, while the rest of the scene is “natural” lighting.
It's quite obvious that is a professionally done photograph, not just some news picture. It's done with a set of fill flashes with filters and then enhanced by the photographer at printing. I've had several done with my family in the past that have had similar results.
Actually, that is a well lit photo. It was shot with a flash, which brightens the foreground (the people are properly exposed) and the background is darkened. You see this all the time with outdoor portraits—usually forcing the blue sky to go really dark royal blue.
I was a professional photographer and photoshop “expert” for the past fifteen years.
The people are superimposed on the house.
umm so what?
It still might be the house they built. And it still might be the actual family.
Yes, photoshopped to the max. Good eye.
Youtube is excellent. I’ve looked at:
Change a battery on a Sonata: 65,000 views.
Change windshield wiper on Sonata: 23,000 views.
“the LIGHTING is completely off”