This week’s Pnai Plus, Israel’s TV Guide magazine, is all about fashion – who’s hot and who’s not. One thing that’s not hot is their cover, as it includes a Photoshop disaster:
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Taken right out of an M.C. Escher lithograph, singer Ivri Lider (center) stands right behind comedian Adi Ashkenazi, and also right in front of her – depending on whether you are looking at his torso or his feet.
Update: You can read this post in Hebrew here.
Not sure this qualifies as a Photoshop Disaster but for sure putting an image this careless on the cover of Israel’s prominent TV-Guide-like magazine must amount to something:
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[singlepic id=257 w=200 h=400 float=right]Israeli model Miri Bohadana looks right at her digital camera on last week’s Pnai Plus magazine – but her reflection stubbornly refuses to look back. From a technically perspective, capturing an image from a screen is quite difficult and usually not worth the time and effort, thus adding the reflection afterwards is quite fine. It’s just that the image added needs to look like it was taken from the point of view of the digital camera held by the model – and not the camera held by the photographer. This is why we can see the outer-side of her arm and her misdirected gaze.