20 Worst Photoshop Mistakes in 2010
Photoshop has a magic for photo-editing application. Designers make awesome designs having some amount of knowledge. They can manipulate any photo professionally and turn into anything you want. Sometimes, they failed and make some obvious flaws in print designs. It can be in either in magazines or any other form. In today’s article, we’d like to show you the worst of Photoshop flaws in magazines, things that slipped editors’ eyes.
No mistake in the “En Marche” one 🙂 It’s an advertise for social insurance : 100% free (repaid) for children. We can see, or guess that the missing legs are under the coats.
the mistake in the second picture is her arms. you see how unrealistically skinny her arms are? and her hands, they look deformed or something.
and the first leg looks like it’s all one piece. too much photoshop..
it’s just a complete disaster, if you look closely..
The first girl’s arm looks fine to me. One is between the legs, but completely doable in real life.
the first one it IS possible to pose like that if you take ballet you’d know that! lol! She’s just flexible and that is not an extra leg it is her thigh and her calf!
the first picture is the girls arm :L
and the second picture is the girls hand look its all weird lol
but yeh really good spotting in that(Y) :L
What am I missing on #2? (Sorry…) Also, the first one (woman’s hair) is lost on me. It looks like a completely “genuine” (albeit unattractive) hair style. You sure on that?
this is freaking awesome.
The mistake in the first one is that she has an additional leg and/or arm coming out of her back leg…
There is no mistake in 1. Her pose is entirely possible (by a young flexible girl, not by an old inflexible me), and her hair is on purpose. It is the exact hair style she was going for – if you clicked through and read the article you would know that.
I can’t find the error in the second picture. What is it?
I think the mistake in the 1st one is her back foot is pointing at the camera whereas her front foot is pointing forward. that was the only one that baffled me for a while.
The first ones mistake is the hair? Are you sure? I see hair styles like this all the time in magazines. I quite like it.
I’m not a fan of dark roast. This is my favorite – very bright, smooth and sweet. I never leave an unfinished cup of this brew!
In #1 her hair is tied up like that explicitly to make it easy to Photoshop out and replace with something else. Whoever the artist was completely dropped the ball and forgot to change it.
I’m not seeing the mistake in picture #1. It looks like an unusual pose, that’s all. Am I just too tired?
#8 is actually a fantastically amazingly good piece of photography, and not a Photoshop mistake. The people are posed with their legs hidden behind the coats on purpose and I don’t even think they used Photoshop.
Whoever did that is freaking awesome.
Note to catch: It’s her right leg, his left leg. Seriously nice work.
These are GREAT!!! I can’t believe some of these. Beyonce’s arm? The reflection on the car one, doesn’t even show the check’s rectangular shape in the shadow behind him either. #10 looks like she may even have SEVEN fingers!!! How in the world could someone let this slip. It just simply amazes me! LOL.
Big companies aren’t smarter or quicker than small companies. In many cases they’re slower, and less agile. People still rush for deadlines, and people everywhere get sloppy. It”s hilarious.
I love this stuff. Every time I see these I still can’t help but think…”how can these big companies miss these things?”
Terrific work! This is the type of information that should be shared around the web. Shame on the search engines for not positioning this post higher!
when you said the worst, i thought to myself they can’t be that bad….i was wrong these are great….how does a company like JCPenny’s miss something like that…they need to hire you 🙂
that was shocking yet funny.
Womens+photoshop is always a disaster. Even if everything goes well, its still a disaster if someone rly needs it to show self. Pathetic
thanks for sharing 🙂