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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Apr 11, 2019.
You guessed it... the American Harper’s Bazaar reprint.
The cropping makes this reprint look worse than the original - in what world does anyone pull that pose? Not to mention the midget arms and suspiciously straight torso.
All these aspects were obscured by US Bazaar's vapid coverlines, but they did the job.
Can't under the midget arms and bust. The original wasn't all that great to begin with.
I don't think I've ever seen a interesting image of this woman, by anyone.
No, wait. I meant 'can't get over'! Lol.
Out of 30+ editions of Bazaar, wasn't there anything more interesting and prettier to reprint?
Just all kinds of bad! Were there no better shots?
This image reminds me of someone doing their first photoshoot and the photographer asks them to give their 'best' pose.
Stop putting her on covers, legit terrible in photographs.
It's like they've tried to splice a few separate pictures of different focal lengths into one! Whoever looked at this picture and went 'YES, we have our front cover!' needs to go to Specsavers /VisionExpress asap and see an optometrist.