Good Parenting: Draw the Line

The next time someone tells you to draw the line before spoiling your children, try not to be so literal about it.

Photoshop Disasters

We couldn’t afford an actual horse for your birthday, but here’s a doctored photo of you with a pony. Look how happy you would be if you had one! The smile is seems so genuine. The rest, less so.

Thanks Stephen. You can see the original on RobinsonSequestrian.

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  • peaceetc

    Surely those white lines around the girls means they’re angels from heaven.

  • Adam T.

    Pretty sure what happened here is they have selected the girls and “cut” to a new layer so they could remove the background if need be. They actually wanted to “copy” to new layer so you don’t get that white line. The photo is original, those girls were not pasted in.

    • Waldobaby

      Can you explain the shadows?

  • Carol

    And that poor pony has lost hos hooves!

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=594989127 Spillage Griffiths

    The girls are really there. All that’s happened is that a line has been drawn around them, for whatever reason.

    • OurJames

      And they have levitated off the ground. Which could happen. What I don’t understand is why they didn’t get the line right on the right side of the right girl’s head. Right?

  • James Dominguez

    Ohhhhh, I think I see what’s happened. If you look behind the girls, there is a bag of horse feed hanging from the trailer. During the photo session they got a pic of the pony eating from the bag, but they also got a shot of the two girls on either side of it. I think they’ve decided they liked the background and horse pose in the eating shot, so superimposed the two girls and the horse’s face over the top. None of this explains why the horse has no hooves, though.

  • betteeweb

    When you see robinsonsequestrian & see pictures of ponies you think that it’s Robinson Sequestrian? Is this like “current events” apparel?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Ariel-Alejandro-Castro-Olguin/100000767641055 Ariel Alejandro Castro Olguin

    I also think… they do exist in the photo. everything matches except the white line.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=501644963 Janet Cox Tuhey

    The girl on the left must be practicing transcendental levitation.

  • http://www.facebook.com/tom.brickhouse Tom Brickhouse

    The girls and the pony between them are one photo that was cut out and laid on another image with everything else. the pony would have to have a very long neck to turn its head that far.

  • Andulamb

    Look at the original. The girls have not been pasted from another photo. The line was probably made as part of an aborted attempt to put the girls over a white background. Anyone who thinks the girls were pasted from elsewhere needs to explain why the line also traces the shape of the horse’s head that is visible between the two girls.

  • http://twitter.com/iRictor Shaun☆翔☆Leitmeyer

    …does anyone here actually do photoshop? each girl has a path around them, Path, it can be used to save a selection so you can manipulate just one part (or in this case, person) in a picture later. You can tell the girls are there because the girl on the right’s hair extends past the path/white line. Whoever made this picture must have somehow SAVED IT WITH PATHS VISIBLE. And don’t say, The left girl is levitating, you put a white line around your foot in a picture and it will mess with the perspective too (right foot has straw from the ground in front of it).