fauxtoshop
v. To fake a photo using Photoshop or similar image manipulation software. [faux + Photoshop]
n. Software used to fake a photo.

Example Citations:
Garnish with a cucumber wedge. I didn’t have one on hand, so I cleverly Fauxtoshopped one in. It’s seamless, so you probably didn’t notice.
—Cupcakes & Crowbars, “How to Make the Summer Break Survivor (Drink),” Snapguide, July 19, 2014

Fauxtoshop
Gone are the days of painstakingly doctored UFO images. A simple head swap now turns Sarah Palin into a gun-toting babe (good one!), while a basic copy/paste job adds an extra missile to an Iranian launch (not so much!).
—Steven Leckart, “The Official Prankonomy,” Wired, August 24, 2009

Earliest Citation:
Remember the little fauxtoshopping episode by those fine folks at Moveon.org?
—Ken S, “Maybe it’s the time difference?,” It Comes In Pints?, December 15, 2005

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