Woman Requests Twitterati to Help Edit Her Photo and Is Bombarded With Ridiculous Photoshop Fails
Have you ever seen a photo that just didn’t look quite right? The background might be ugly, someone’s arms might be looking big or the whole picture might be wonky enough to make you cringe at it for a long time. Well, the truth is, editing pictures to make them look flawless can be a difficult task. Not everyone is skilled in photo editing software like Photoshop or Lightroom. So when this woman, Jenny asked help from Twitter users to change the background of a mirror selfie she took, little did she expect the startling results.
She can be seen sporting heels, a white shirt and blue denim trousers, presumably taking the picture at some shoe retail store. Jenny just wanted the racks of footwear to be replaced with a nice aesthetic background perhaps and shared the tweet online with a caption reading: "Can someone change the background?" Well, help arrives anywhere and everywhere and all you need to do is ask for it. So, a hoard of netizens came to her rescue and also flexed their remarkable Photoshop skills which has left us in splits. Among all the amusing adjustments that social media did to her picture, some stood out from the rest.
Some edits landed the lady on the moon whereas others stuck her on top of the Statue of Liberty. One edit even made her a part of the popular Distracted Boyfriend meme and another made her a winner of the Miss India pageant. Powered by Photoshop, imagination and skill, you can fool anyone into believing anything.
Antey angels heaven lo untaru ani😌 pic.twitter.com/BHQyfYF2K3— Kumara varma (@user37dg5809) May 3, 2023
Selfie with Kong and Godzilla pic.twitter.com/2Sx2b2k8Bl— Akkineni I'm with u (@gvdswaroop) May 4, 2023
In a similar story, a British graphic designer named James Fridman, who has amassed over 2 million followers on his Instagram account, has also gained notoriety for trolling people with his wacky Photoshop skills and taking netizens' photo edit requests seriously. Odds are that you’ve scrolled past one of his hilarious photo edits on social media without realizing that it’s him working his magic behind the screen.
Well, the good thing is, the people requesting for their photos to be edited, take the deliberate editing fails with a dash of humor and seem to enjoy the modifications made to their original photograph. All the weird posts on the internet pretty much conclude that going viral is no longer dependent on talent or hard work because anything remotely bizarre enough to hold people's interest can get ample exposure.