PHOTOSHOP DISASTERS GREATEST HITS
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Without question, this young lady’s arm cannot be so freakishly long. Just as bad, though, is how the drop shadow from the chalkboard falls equally upon her shoulder and upper arm, fingertips, the flat yellow background, and the kitchen floor, as well!
Vote below as to whether you think Elle went a little crazy with the Photoshop.
Be sure to leave a comment as to why you thinks it’s a disaster.
Not much explanation required here. I’m mainly curious about what Kelsey’s hands were up to before the bad layering work took place. Maybe he was pointing at himself with both thumbs and saying, “Who rode the Frasier Crane Train so long he can’t find acceptance within the public mind in any other role? This guy!”
Thanks Eduard. You can see the original on the BestWeekEver site.
The logic behind the decision to market sewing patterns for children’s wear by having them modeled worn upside-down is beyond me, but then again, what the hell do I know? Maybe this will start a new trend and we can look forward to watching hot supermodels show off the latest fashions in Milan while performing a trapeze act. (Net not included.)
Thanks Jamie for the find! You can see the original the McCall site.
Obviously, there are many liberties being taken with various Photoshop tools to create a very poor illusion of more surfers than actually exist. What intrigues me is the ‘why’ behind the image. I’m gonna go with a scenario where the manager had a small photo of surfers, but was too cheap to have it framed because he already had this really wide frame in his attic that would fit the space perfectly, and… that’s when Javier, the cook-slash-graphic arts student, decided to make his big move.
Thanks Michael. The original was found at a Taco del Mar restaurant in Washington state.
So many PSD’s, so little time. My favorite is the blonde girl’s missing reflection in the pool/fountain/whatever at the bottom of the screen. There’s plenty more, but I’ll leave the rest of the fun of pointing them out to you guys. How many disasters can you find and what’s your favorite?
Thanks Michiel. You can find the original on the AutoWeek site.