Kim Kardashian’s family Halloween photo features a Photoshop fail

The Kardashian clan is used to their share of Photoshop fails, but Kim Kardashian West’s family Halloween photo features one of their biggest to date.

Kardashian posted a Halloween photo of her immediate family dressed up as the Flintstones family, complete with Kanye West–fresh off the release of his latest album, Jesus is King—in a Dino costume. Kardashian was Betty Rubble, Saint was Fred Flintstone, North was Wilma Flinstone, Psalm was Bamm-Bamm Rubble, and Chicago was Pebbles Flinstone.

Chicago was very obviously (and poorly) Photoshopped into the photo–and West’s Dino costume is apparently to blame.

Kardashian explained the mishap on Instagram and Twitter. Chicago was so afraid of West’s Dino costume that she refused to take a photo alongside him, so they had to Photoshop her into the photo later.

“This family pic was such a challenge because Chicago was so scared of Dino! LOL We tried to explain and show her that it was just daddy but she didn’t get the concept yet! So shout out to the photographer for editing her in & making our family Flintstones dreams come true!” she wrote.

But—and not just by Kardashian standard but by any standard—it appears the Chicago-Photoshop is the worst Photoshop to happen in the history of Photoshop.

The 1-year-old is missing her toes and a portion of her body in the picture. She is also blurry and looks like she’s practically floating on air. No offense to the person who Photoshopped it, but clearly 5-month-old Psalm could have done a better job.

And the internet seems to agree.

“You’re rich af why don’t you hire a photographer that actually knows how to use photoshop????” Twitter user @jillianallissa questioned.

https://twitter.com/KellieStBernar1/status/1190317983261962246

At least North looks good.

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Dominic-Madori Davis

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Dominic-Madori Davis is a recent graduate of the University of Southern California. She covers the internet, politics, and social issues.