Now That’s Fauxtography

Super blurry, bad selective coloring and a wrinkly blanket? Excellent work fauxtog, not sure how this one could be any worse!

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  1. Oh no! This is just terrible! Poor baby.

  2. wow, awesome pic of those pumpkins! And using a kid as a prop….genius!!

  3. pixelmunkie

    this makes my brain hurt!!! WTH?
    put your disposable camera down this instant!

  4. a joke? :\

  5. Siobhan

    This is definitely the worst photograph I have ever seen.

  6. Adorable kid. Too bad the photo is so bad

  7. Wsroadrunner

    Too bad the kid ruined the fauxtogs pumpkin pic by photobombing himself into there

  8. Timmo

    The watermark could have been way bigger.

  9. I don’t know whether to laugh at this photo or cry! Fauxtogs like these are making the photography industry a joke.

  10. NicCole

    Creepiest thing I’ve ever seen. Ever.

  11. BurninBiomass

    The only thing that could make this image worse is if they had made the kids head the same color as the pumpkins.

  12. FroggieG

    Spot color was missed on the pumpkin on the right …. oh wait ……..

  13. A photographer

    Who is that evil grinning ghost in the background? Dr. Evil?

  14. Snappy

    At least when he realized he didn’t get the kid in focus, he salvaged it with pumpkin spot coloring… I mean, spot coloring fixes all sorts of incompetence, really.


  15. How can these photographers NOT get something in focus so often? I don’t understand it…..

  16. I don’t like the lighting in this one 😉

  17. It’s not that bad people, I think it’s really cute…

    lol Just kidding… It’s hard to tell for sure, but seems like there’s an adorable kid in this photograph of orange circular objects. Is it just me? or do you guys see something that looks like a little kid too?

  18. Pelham

    Poor kid. My condolences.

  19. the way they have lit this kid has made him look like a shrunken old man! how do you even do that?

  20. teeko

    Well this is at least the sort of photograph that makes the buyer (if indeed the person paid anything at all for this disaster) understand why the professionals get paid more, and deserve it. Crap like this should help the pros?

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