Photoshop. Sometimes it doesn’t go quite as planned… Which is why it is so fun to laugh at Photoshop fails! And here are 22 fantastic ones.
Photoshop Fail #1 - Ummm… I think this might be a parenting magazine encouraging abstinence in disguise. How many different faces did they pull facial features from to create the “perfect baby?” Haha. Creepy.
Photoshop Fail #2 – This is trippy. Kind of M.C. Escheresque.
Photoshop Fail #3 – Notice anything missing?
Photoshop Fail #4 – Always hold her hand, guys. Whether you hold it or not.
Photoshop Fail #5 – I seriously can’t tell what is Photoshopped in this one.
Photoshop Fail #6 – Her hips don’t lie.
Photoshop Fail #7 – Because happier dads and biracial families make everyone happier. Even if they look like cartoons.
Photoshop Fail #8 – Is that a CD? Or a Laserdisc?
Photoshop Fail #9 – How quick can you spot this one?
Photoshop Fail #10 – Why have perfect teeth when you can have PERFECT teeth?
Photoshop Fail #11 – You know what they say about the size of a woman’s hands.
Photoshop Fail #12 – Stop! Collaborate and listen! To the long (twisted) arm of the law.
Photoshop Fail #13 – The Human T-Rex
Photoshop Fail #14 – Because apparently…
Black people damage the message…
Photoshop Fail #15 – Look. All I’m going to say is that I wouldn’t want to leg-wrestle her if money was on the line.
Photoshop Fail #16 – I’d kind of like to know just where her legs end.
Photoshop Fail #17 – In the land of educational giants…
Photoshop Fail #18 – Ummm…
Photoshop Fail #19 – Look, if I had to choose a leg or a bush, I’d choose a bush, too. Just sayin’. Nature’s important.
Photoshop Fail #20 – I get that it would be cute to see the baby’s face in the ad. But not if you’re going to demonize the dang thing.
Photoshop Fail #21 – I thought Jackie Chan did his own stunts. Apparently holding up two fingers is where he meets his limits.
And of course, this. Photoshop Fail #22 – My own very first attempt at Photoshopping with my best friend in 1996.
Hahaha. Now. Go forth and Photoshop no matter what your skill level.