Individual photos put together with Photoshop almost never work.
Again, it's not working. There's something tacky and cheap. And better not compare with group photos from season 1....
But I am happy to see the very first promo shoot of Elaine Hendrix as Alexis.
Has it come so difficult to take a picture of a cast... ?
Can't they find an episode where everybody is partying in the Carrington's Mansion ?
All actors are on set, touching each other, talking to each other, kissing each other, what on earth could make a picture more dangerous than a bad script... ?
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Also, the 'editorial decisions' as to which actor gets to be positioned where in the shot can become a huge argument among the agents. Should X be closer to the front than Y, when Y was seniority? F refuses to be photographed next to G since they have a private rivalry over who has the better rack. L wants to show off her new boobs but the photographer wants her standing behind M to balance the heights of the actors. And of course V is self-conscious about his (lack of) height and won't stand on the box next to W. It becomes, to coin a phrase, like herding cats.