Nikon Awarded a Badly Photoshopped Photo Because They Were Lazy
Feb 02, 2016 12:52
Nikon got a tad lazy when they decided to give a prize to 'photographer' Chay Yu Wei for managing to 'capture an airplane in mid-air.' It looks like a great photo, but there was only one problem: there was no plane in the original shot.
The photo was so badly edited you could see it on any larger screen. Nikon didn't even bother to give it a glance in photoshop.
Someone posted the answer from the photographer himself to a question “How long did you wait for that plane?” he replied: “Not too long! I was lucky! Thank you so much!”
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