Hello again, friends. In this week’s Photoshop Fail, I did a lot of research. And after last week’s foot disaster( severely, would Desire the purpose of explaining that still, though ), it got me thinking about how it’s even possible for professional, high-paid photo retouchers to screw up so badly. Like, I guarantee the photo editor for Vogue probably attains more than my entire cost of American private college education in a year! Those are the true professionals, right? They wouldn’t royally screw up, right?
Do you read where I’m going with this?
I started going through old Vogue celeb extends and that’s when I located this gem. This is the cover for March 2017, featuring many a red-hot celeb, like Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid, Ashley Graham, I’m sure those other women are also famous yet I don’t know their names, etc.
A bunch of gorgeous women on the beach. This is also when Ashley Graham was really constructing paces by breaking the wall that all models had to be stick thin. Which, like, you would think if Vogue hired her, they knew that. Right?
Vogue, March issue, with all these lovely ladies pic.twitter.com/ fOXClR8G 30
— Kendall (@ KendallJenner) February 8, 2017
Except. They hired a plus-sized model for the cover-up, yes? They is recognized that necessitates she is not the same size as the typical teeny framework, yes? If you look at the photo, she searches almost the same size as the others, save for her thigh. But that’s not where the photo really went wrong. The true-blue problem is this 😛 TAGEND
Um. Look at Gigi’s whole limb. In their great efforts to slim down Ashley Graham–which like, they featured her for diversity and then tried to take it away, nice job, Vogue — em> they shoved everyone else over. And in the process, stirred the other women, particularly Gigi, the Wacky Waving Inflatable Arm-Flailing Tubeman from Family Guy . em> Do you be said that episode? It’s those balloon people that they put outside of car dealerships to draw attention. He looks like this 😛 TAGEND
By dragging the rest of the girls into Ashley, it hides the part of the image that presented her true-blue thicknes. There was probably more room between her and Kendall originally. They squashed them together to hide Ashley, and then shed Gigi’s arm over it to make it look natural. Resulting in a freakishly long limb. And then now Gigi is in the wrong place, so they used the next girl’s limb( who is this girl? I need to study up on fashion models) to cover her . All of it is incredibly stupid and pointless and looks horrible. The problem is that the arms were positioned on each other’s torsoes in the original photo, so they can’t take them out or move them without losing some of the body.
Here’s how they should have done this edit. The remedy thing to do would be to TAKE A BASIC ANATOMY CLASS, OH MY GOD, and then move their arms to a normal segment. Then, only facsimile the specific characteristics of the shorts/ swimming soles to extend them out to cover the missing parts of the bodies where the arms used to be. However, in my expert belief, the more correct thing to do is to leave women’s torsoes alone, specially when YOU ARE HIRING THEM TO SHOW BODY DIVERSITY.
Vogue ? Are you telling me it’s more attractive to give ladies giant noodle limbs than it is for them to be of average body type? You hire Ashley for diversity and then are like,” wait , not like that ?” Earnestly?
No wonder females feel self-conscious all the time. Here I am walking around with commonly portioned limbs , not realizing they should be the length of my entire body. What other Photoshop fails would you like me to dissect? Let me know in the comments!
Images: Kendall Jenner/ Twitter
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