Funny Photoshop fails are something that always makes me giggle. This time, Khloé Kardashian has one that’s downright bizarre. In a photo she recently posted on Instagram, her fans noticed that her legs seem freakishly long (again). But what drew even more attention is a chubby extra toe that somehow ended up on her right foot.
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We’ve all seen a bunch of hilarious Photoshop fails (with Vanity Fair adding extra limbs to people probably being my favorite). Khloé Kardashian recently got accused of one because of her huge feet and hands in some photos. But she was unrightfully accused – it was just a wide-angle lens distortion and she tried really hard to explain it to her followers.
Faking news and doctoring images is easier than ever nowadays, but sadly, it’s not reserved for “light” stuff that people share on Instagram. Fox News was recently accused of reporting fake news, and they got busted thanks to badly photoshopped images. And I mean really badly!
While we refer to poor Photoshop job as “Photoshop fail,” it never fails to make us chuckle. Recently, a subject of a major Photoshop fail was Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison. In his official portrait, he was given a pair of shiny new sneakers – but they were both left.
Vanity Fair has recently published their annual Hollywood issue. The photo taken by Annie Leibovitz features some amazing stars, such as Robert De Niro, Tom Hanks, and Harrison Ford. However, the photo caused reactions on Twitter not because of the superstars – but because of their “extra limbs.” Thanks to Photoshop fail and unfortunate position of the dress, Reese Witherspoon got an extra leg, and Oprah Winfrey got an additional hand.
Celebrities, especially sports celebrities, seem to be fairly common targets for badly done Photoshop, but rarely has one responded quite like Brandon Jennings.
While the former Milwaukee & Detroit point guard was a free agent, fan “Alex L” suggested he sign with the Sacramento Kings using one of the worst Photoshop jobs in sports history to illustrate his point.
We were all beginners to Photoshop at some point. It’s a rite of passage with just about anything. You have to be a beginner before you can become skilled. And as beginners we make mistakes. Lots of them. But mistakes are how we learn.
This video from photographer Nino Batista highlights his list of the top 10 amateur portrait retouching Photoshop mistakes. We’ve probably all done these at some point or another. But how many of you are still making some of these mistakes today?
I believe you’ve heard of those fraudsters who live abroad but still try to claim welfare from their home countries. But did you know what they submit as “proof” that they’re still living at home? Badly photoshopped photos. I’m talking “Oprah’s third hand” bad, and even worse.
The UK’s Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has reported an increase in fraud involving photoshopped images. But some of them are so hilariously bad that it would be a shame not to share them for some laughs.
Matching colors in Photoshop is fun, but getting the selections and the hue exactly right can also be frustrating. Thankfully, some newer Adobe Photoshop tools have made it easier than before. While there are several ways of transferring colors from one image to another, in this video, you’ll learn a simple one that takes around two minutes. Let Colin Smith of photoshopCAFE will show you how.
Adobe has announced a new update for Photoshop on the iPad that brings with it some significant features. It now has Content-Aware Fill, Remove Background, as well as Select Subject designed specifically for people and tricky hair selections. There’s also a new font browser, along with Auto-tone, colour and contrast features.
Photoshop for the iPad was initially launched in 2019, and Adobe says they’ve been working hard to add more of the desktop features we know and love to the mobile version ever since. Obviously, this takes some time to adjust the application from a mouse-based UI to a finger-based touchscreen one and this year they’ve been focusing on adding as many one-tap features to the arsenal as possible.