In the images that date back to the 80s, Cameron can be seen in black tie with his fellow Bullingdon Club members while at Oxford University.
In stark contrast, the photo of Corbyn shows him being taken away by police at an anti-Apartheid protest.
A dedicated activist, Corbyn became the new leader of the Labour Party on Saturday after winning nearly 60% of the vote in one of the most sensational victories in British political history.
The veteran left-wing MP, who started the leadership contest as a 200-1 outsider, was crowned winner of the three-month long contest on Saturday.
Here's what Jeremy Corbyn was doing in the 1980's vs what our Prime Minister David Cameron was doing pic.twitter.com/OWlaVVrsg9— Sister Jude Martin (@WellyTopping) September 7, 2015