The Metropolitan Museum of Art will feature this exhibition that looks at the changes Photoshop has brought to artwork, runs through Jan. 27.

“Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop” offers insight into the history of photography and its relationship to visual truth. The exhibit also celebrates the creativity of artists who flawlessly transformed photographs without the use of modern technology.

Among the 200 photos featured are examples of snapshots altered in the service of politics, entertainment, and art.

Runs through Jan. 27, 2013.

Recommended Admission:

Adults: $25

Seniors (65 and older): $17

Students: $12

Children under 12 & Members: Free