Monday , 23 October 2017

North Korean Officials Get Photoshop Totally Wrong

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A photo from the Nov. 18 issue of North Korea’s labor magazine forgot to give these soldiers shadows. It wasn’t the first time Photoshop failed the officials of Pyongyang.

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GHOST THIGHS.

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Kim Jong-un visits a children’s hospital construction site and abides by different light sources.

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The terrain changes in two photos taken at the same day, in the same location.

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A 2008 photo of Kim Jong-il with the troops.

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Clontamped sheep from a 2010 article on flourishing North Korean farms.

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Either they’re very meticulous with stacking bread ziggurats or they’re not covering their Photoshop tracks.

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Clontamped crowds frolicking in the ocean.

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Tallest dude on Earth (though our readers point out this could be a legit photo of Ri Myung Hun, a 7’8” basketball player).

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In 1995, official press releases memorialized Kim Il-sung’s death with this doctored photo of father and son standing on a mountaintop.