Trios: Triple Take

As messed up as a ballet dancer’s foot can get, nothing explains why there’s an extra one sticking out of the dancer’s dress.

Photoshop Disasters

The ad suggests subscribers create their own “Make 3 or More Series,” which the photoshopper probably mistook as guidance in creating this picture. At least this disaster is-in line with the three-themed performance.

Thanks Liz.

  • http://twitter.com/richardginn richardginn

    Why do we have that one foot that is missing a shoe???

    • Tim!

      Because the center dancer’s left foot is hidden behind a shopped-out other dancer’s right foot.

  • Ben

    Are there three different dancers, or one dancer wearing three different outfits (maybe even from three different performances) and badly cur out / composited into the same scene?

    Incidentally, what appears to be the middle dancer’s left foot must belong to someone else – there’s no way it could face that angle if it was connected to her…

  • Traci Gardner

    Is it possible for the middle dancer’s front foot to be at that angle?

  • http://twitter.com/eilonwya10 Eilonwy

    Having three legs makes for much more stable balance, though it tends to wreak havoc on spins.

  • Guest

    Neither the third nor the left foot from the left make sense, and I’m also uneasy with the left dancer’s arms. Someone definitely got distracted before finishing this job.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WKZF2XZYEEJ35PS5NMLV5P423M Karen Mckim

    Neither the third nor the fifth foot from the left make sense, and I’m also uneasy with the left dancer’s arms. Someone definitely got distracted before finishing this job.

  • Kathleen

    The foot in white must’ve been one of the male dancers from this scene (these are the harlots from the Prokofiev version of Romeo an Juliet, and this is supposed to be a scene with a lot of people). They probably missed his foot. I can’t explain the other two feet, though.