45 Unbelievable Photoshop Fails That Will Make You Laugh (And Cringe)
Photoshop is a powerful tool that can make or break an image, depending on the skill of the user. Unfortunately, not everyone possesses the Photoshop skills of a pro, resulting in some epic fails that are both hilarious and cringe-worthy.
Luckily, we have the r/Sh***yPhotoshop subreddit where people can share their terrible attempts at digital manipulation. This subreddit is a treasure trove of bad Photoshop blunders that will make you wonder why anyone even bothered.
One of the most common mishaps is when the proportions of an image are completely off. This can happen when someone tries to adjust the size or shape of an object, resulting in a distorted and unrealistic look.
You've probably seen this on ads or magazine covers, where models look freakishly tall and thin, or their limbs appear to be stretched out of proportion. But don't be fooled; these bad Photoshop fails aren't just limited to amateurs.
Even pros can make mistakes, intentional or not. So, the next time you feel bad about your own Photoshop skills, take solace in the fact that someone out there is probably doing it worse.
And if you're feeling bold, go ahead and post your own Photoshop fail on the subreddit for a good laugh.
1. "School Decides To Cover Girls' Chests By Altering Yearbook Photos"
2. "On An Asos Ad"
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3. "Found On Youtube"
4. "Flex On Them All"
5. "I Made This With My Son’s Direction"
6. "Can You Spot It?"
7. "She's Really Wearing That Mask"
8. "He Is Definitely Carrying That Tablet! Found On Amazon"
9. "Goose + Horse= Hoose (Or Gorse?)"
10. "Made This On My Phone. No.14"
11. "Ebay Shower Cap"
12. "Going Through My Photoshops Yesterday Found This"
13. "Part Two In This Series Of Whatever The Hell This Is"
14. "Cargo Liner To Safely Transport Your Pet Tiger"
15. "This Is A From A 3 Billion Dollar Company's Website"
16. "Pakistani Chief Minister Did Not Attend A Meeting For Coronavirus Emergency So His Team Decided To Photoshop Him In For Media"
17. "Giraffe Lady Gets Amazon Modelling Job"
18. "They Genuinely Expect People To Believe It's Real"
19. "This Absurd Clickbait Article's Attempt At A Shocking Image"
20. "Ngl I'm Quite Proud Of This. I Did This On My Phone"
21. "The Art Of Nollywood"
22. "Saw This While Looking Up Hairstyle References"
23. "There Definitely Playing In That Pool Definitely"
24. "You Can Barely Tell"
25. "So I Screw The Stand Onto The Front Of My Monitor?"
26. "Made This On My Phone. No.43"
27. "I Found This And Can’t Stop Laughing"
28. "Made This On My Phone. No.11"
29. "I Made This On My Phone"
30. "It Hurts To Look At It"
31. "Automatic Pet Food Dispenser"
32. "I Made This On My Sister's Request"
33. "Who Would Do Such A Thing??"
34. "Jabba The Hut"
35. "I Think That Elastic Is About To Snap. And So Is The Lady"
36. "Made This On My Phone. No.24"
37. "I Did This On My Phone, Go Easy"
38. "Wonderfully Not-To-Scale And Reality-Warping Plant Pots On Amazon"
39. "If The Moon Landing Is Real Explain This"
41. "Take A Deep Breath, It's Nutella"
42. "Just Found This Gem On Amazon"
43. "2 Dads"
44. "Made This On My Phone. No.18"
45. "Attila The Bun"
One of the most common blunders in photo manipulation is when someone attempts to remove an object from an image but fails to blend the edges seamlessly. As a result, an unappealing "cut-out" effect is created, making it glaringly apparent that the object has been pasted onto the background.
This blunder is a dead giveaway that the photo has been tampered with and can shatter the illusion of a seamless image. But there are so many mistakes here, whos really keeping track?