When advertising a product it’s always tempting to ‘improve’ on the final image with a bit of tweaking, brightening and tightening.
But, as this hilarious compilation of Photoshop fails show, the finished product isn’t always an improvement on the original.
The snaps, shared on lifestyle site Bored Panda, include airbrushing disasters from beauty posters, fashion magazines and, ironically, even tech advertisements.
Perhaps Samsung can see into the future as the tech giant advertised a new tablet screen displaying something not displayed in front of the lens.
Meanwhile, Japanese beauty brand Shiseido put their own bizarre spin on ‘body goals’ thanks to a strangely placed leg that appeared completely detached from the body.
Here, we reveal the most comical Photoshop disasters on the web.
Lifestyle site Bored Panda has shared a compilation of hilarious Photoshop fails produced by professional photographers (pictured here: a model with a leg detached from her body)
One online brand struggled to achieve a life-like appearance when they tried to replace the faces of the family advertising their new family pajama set on Amazon
Another online clothing store attempted to merge underwear onto their model despite the images being back to front
The latest Samsung gadget appeared to be able to see into the Future as it captured the dancers in a different position
People in search of advice on success may find themselves hesitant on their ability to achieve, with a brochure cover suggesting a third hand is needed
Billboard magazine artistically gave Ally Brooke two right feet when photographed with the rest of Fifth Harmony
American Apparel attempted to keep attention on their clothing by removing the horse’s body
A close up revealed one photographer attempted to correct the work of a make-up artist by drawing eyebrows over the models hair
An advert for improving guitar skills left buyers confused on if they would be learning air guitar or unplugged floating electric instruments
A home magazine left one dog in the arms of a couple who were able to float without the bottom half of their body
Another magazine struggled with proportions when attempting to Photoshop their model’s arms slimmer
Buyers of a toy keyboard were left unsure which child to make eye contact with, as they were greeted with a creepy smiling reflection which didn’t match up with the girl playing the keys
Chrissy Teigen reassured fans she draws her nipples onto her body after GQ removed them from their magazine cover
Some restaurant attendees may be skeptical of ordering this dish from a place which appeared to add floating green peas
A scared child bathed in the presence of an unaccompanied arm in one bathroom advert
Buyers of the selfie stick may find themselves confused of how to use it following one brand’s demonstration
A questionably flexible model appeared to have her legs edited in post production
A bathroom shower advert looked painful as the model smiled blissfully with a strangely bent neck
A car advert attempted to paint the picture of a drive through an ideal landscape by pasting the car into somewhere they couldn’t physically get to
One company who tried to demonstrate their diversity failed by simply duplicating the same set of people to fill space
A holiday guide chose to remove umbrellas from their perfect pool scenery but left behind the stands
An adventure trip guide for children failed to remove the wandering naked man in the background
Another holiday landscape appeared questionable as the swimmer dived in to shallow water