Wolford: Pasted into the Pastel Garden

You can’t have a Pastel Garden without a paste. Or three.

Photoshop Disaster

Though this is far from the worst of the disasters featured on this site, it’s one of the better ones for illustrating the fine line between a successful photoshop and a disaster. The lighting and positioning makes each of the models cut-and-pasted poses stick out like a shiny set of fashionable weeds.

Thanks Elly for the great find.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=709110882 Karen McKim

    I see no fine lines here, and I dunno about “far from the worst….” This deserves at least contender status. Lighting, check. Positioning, check, check, check.

    AND…the one-armed left model’s back foot is closer to the camera than her front foot, plus being partially buried, which might be a good thing if it slows her fall when she trips over the planter. And do I detect one person in three places simultaneously, wearing a pastel garment (arguably) in only one of them?

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

      The front model’s Esher-ed legs make my brain hurt.

    • http://twitter.com/eilonwya10 Eilonwy

      The same head is in three places simultaneously, but it’s only attached to its original body in two. The gal in pink has had a head slapped on her (with no neck). It’s more obvious on the original site when you use the zoom feature.

  • Jynx

    The one in pink is sitting on a bush :/

    • sackes

      The dream of every girl. Hourglass shape and weight as a bird…

  • http://www.facebook.com/spead2011 Stacey Pead

    What about the missing foot on the model w the white dress! Haha

  • Penny Hammack

    Well, obviously her foot is buried in the dirt because her pointy toed shoe got buried in the dirt.