âI’m losing my mind in front of these photos! Baffled Twitter users laugh at TERRIBLE Photoshopping in Los Angeles apartment ad images – some even add their own hilarious “enhancements” to photos
- An ad for a 1,000 square foot two-bedroom home in the Atwater Village area mostly contains normal photos
- Three were terribly Photoshopped to include furniture and decor
- One has an image of a sofa stuck in the middle of the room, while another has a flowerpot and kitchen stools
- Messy photo editor has jagged edges and weird proportions
- Twitter users scoff at bizarre photo edits, some adding their own
Los Angeles real estate ad goes viral thanks to some really terrible photoshopping.
The 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom home in Atwater Village looks like a great rental – so it’s unclear why the agent who listed it got carried away in a photo-editing app .
The pictures show a flowerpot, stools and a sofa that clearly do not belong and appear to have been clumsily copied and pasted in the photos for unknown reasons.
Where does this sofa come from? Los Angeles Real Estate Ad Goes Viral Thanks To Truly Terrible Photoshopping
So strange! A photo in the kitchen shows an awkwardly modified flowerpot on the kitchen island, as well as two modified three-legged stools on one side
Take two! The flowerpot makes an appearance in another photo
The photos of 4020 Brunswick Avenue are mostly normal, showing the exterior of the house, the kitchen, the bathroom and the two bedrooms.
But three of the photos are inexplicably edited – and badly.
The first shows an awkwardly mounted flowerpot on the kitchen island, as well as two three-legged stools mounted on one side.
The assembly is so messy that a jagged bottom line is visible around the legs of the stools.
Look good! The rest of the photos in the list are completely normal
Weird: 1,000-square-foot two-bedroom home in Atwater Village looks like a great rental
Regular: Photos of 4020 Brunswick Avenue are mostly normal, showing the exterior of the house, kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms
âEat on the island looking in the kitchen,â the caption read, providing no explanation for the bizarre photo editing.
Another corner of the kitchen also has the flowerpot – edited on another part of the island – but no stools.
Meanwhile, a photo of one of the bedrooms shows a room almost entirely empty except for a gray loveseat which was hastily altered.
The sofa also has jagged lines where the cut and paste process was done in a hurry.
Although the listing details include a lot of information about the house and its surroundings, the person who shared it – whose name is Brad Balduff – has not provided any explanation for the Photoshopping.
The list appears to have flown under the radar until the Twitter user Caitie Delaney screenshots shared on the social media platform.
Viral: The list appears to have flown under the radar until Twitter user Caitie Delaney shares screenshots on the social media platform
Funny: his tweet has been liked more than 50,000 times, with commentators making their own lines and edits
“I’m losing my mind over these photos of apartment advertisements,” she wrote.
His tweet has been liked over 50,000 times, with commentators making their own lines and edits.
âItâs the greatest thing Iâve ever seen,â one wrote.
“This couch is going to run away like a land crab,” wrote another.
“So we’re just going to ignore the fact that the couch is clearly a vampire?” I guess his name is Nosofaratu … âone wrote, noting the fact that the edited sofa does not have a reflection in the mirror behind it.
Another joked that the footage has “strong Blues Clues vibes.”