Ridiculous Photoshopping

What you’re failing to remark upon is the fact that all these agents are time poor. What with potential buyers knocking on their doors and all those sales to process you can forgive them for the lack of attention in the photoshopping department. I can see it now, in between the 230pm viewing at Belmayne and the 315pm viewing at Spencer Dock they probably had 10mins to ‘google image search’ Clontarf Church

You know you can’t have a sky like that and not put Willy Wonka’s boat, a c.1900’s mens rowing team and a venetian Gondala floating down the beautiful aquamarine blue liffey

I could have swung the Wonkatania.

A rowing team and a Gondola would surely not have looked conspicuous.

But an aquamarine blue Liffey???

Too far!

Problem is though, who’s going to feed the Gondola?


Oh I don’t think the property is under the bridge, I’m just amazed at how poorly chosen the photo was :slight_smile:

Sweet God almighty!!!


The sky is ripped asunder…

There are strange objects hovering…

It can mean only one thing…


Do the sellers never actually check the ads that an EA has put up. They probably take more care with a lawnmower they are selling on donedeal.



A few more…


All from the same agent too. Must’ve started a night course in Photoshop, but couldn’t be arsed after the first week…

The sunny South Central :laughing:

2 bed apartments are holding their value rather well over the past 10 months. Only down to 215k from 235k as per myhome.ie/residential/brochu … n-8/253662

Pic # 6 is still skyless tho

And as for the google map location…

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WGU- your pictures are rediculously funny

And they all using the same bit of sky too - the clouds all match :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: :laughing:

One acre is loads of space to feed a family - it could feed twenty families if planned properly:
giyireland.com/market/artic … sufficient

This is the funniest thread I’ve seen in ages 8DD Thanks for making me laugh pinsters (and particularly WGU for his brilliant Dr Who take!)

Some of those remind me of this guy’s work

If I remember correctly that artist didn’t use photoshop. I’m not sure it was even at verison 3 when he did those works :slight_smile:

apparently he did it the old-school way
“Using a scalpel and glue and sometimes a microscope, Seán mixed fragments of postcards and other ‘found materials’ in elaborate compositions to create a fantastic but seemingly possible Other place, where The Pyramids nestle in Carlingford Lough, John Hinde’s freckled-faced children collect meteorites outside the Observatory at Knowth, and Newry Gagarin, the celebrated cosmonaut, hovers over the Dublin streets.”

They really are charming images, made all the more appealing when you read about his MO

I have to say, coming from an architectural background, I used to love our presentation drawings in college, cardboard, scalpel, pen, bits of plastic for the windows making little 2d masterpieces. 3D imagery leaves me cold, I think it’s amazing, don’t get me wrong, but I find it hard to get enthused about a design that is presented thus…give me a botched model or a watercolour any day, they just have more soul. Same with cgi movies, star wars is so much more charming when you watch the docus about the deathstar scale models