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Look how proud she is of her little disaster.
The true test of quality in a garment is the stitching. For example, when you stick your fists on your hips (a natural pose for an on-the-go-woman/superhero), and your pocket spontaneously spits out fabric, well, it’s something to watch for.
At least it’s thinning.
Thanks Katheryne. You can see the original on LoleWomen.
That’s a hip-to-shoulder ratio that would make any comic book hero proud.
I’m not clear how this one went wrong, but I know that this chiseled torso is coming out of that beltline the same way toothpaste comes out of the package. The shot angle and the cut of the model’s hips on his left side aren’t doing these strange proportions any favours, but I’m certain this cover had some help becoming an outright disaster.
One look and I know what you’re thinking: where can I get those rims?
Cars sure are getting small and funny-looking. On one hand, it makes vehicles more fuel efficient. On the other, cars today fit roughly one-fifth of a four-person family.
Thanks Michael. You can see the original on GreenCarReports.
If we just take everything above the shoulders, this isn’t a half-bad photoshop.
Oh, it’s an advertisement for lingerie? Well. Damn.
I’m forced to ask – does this head belong on this body? It could be a simple matter of applying the usual Photoshop techniques above the neck (e.g. smooth, radiant skin free of veins and cellulite) and not below the brassiere. Let me know what you think went wrong in the comments below.
Nice find Andrew! You can see the original on the Fredericks Of Hollywood site.
Billy Crystal must be ripped underneath that oversized bowling shirt.
Billy Crystal is looking good for a man his age. Featuring weightless children who are immune to perspective, it’s clear that this production’s semi-competent Photoshop department spent most of their efforts on the stars who have long since hit puberty.
Thanks for the catch Fer.
This model seems unreasonably tall. Do you think it’s her heels?
If I couldn’t see the model’s knees and ankles, I would be pretty sure those were some flesh-coloured baseball bats coming out of her dress. I don’t even know what graphics departments are trying to accomplish anymore.
Thanks Allyson. You can see the original on OASAP.
I doubt this ad’s claims of finding you a five-second pant fit – this looks like it took at least 10-seconds.
With legs like those, you can beat rush hour and use your gazelle-like appendages to make your way to work. Plus, with those pants and that fashionable fit, you’ll look like the consummate professional as you leap alongside traffic.
Thanks Candace for the find.