Do you think some one at Adobe could do that? If so what product did they use, was it one of Adobe's own
Looks too bad a job to be a fake - must be real
It might be her colouring. Red haired women in general can be tricky regards skin tones, and if they happen to be smokers as well, then I find it near impossible to make them look nice. This is worse under artificial lighting IME. There is more than one light source, looking at the shadows from her hands, and the stronger one is camera right, so that flat look might be real. But the logo on the lectern and screens look sharp, but her upper body is blurred. Her legs are also sharp, and with good contrast, so I guess it could be a slow shutter speed. But that shouldn't be a problem with modern equipment.
I'm starting to think it is the skin tones. It looks like a solid color layer has been used on her face and skin. It's all the same shade of beige.
Adding some colour to her face helps, but like I said, that skin and hair is a bugger to get right.