What is the purpose of Photoshop?
If you’d asked me that question a few weeks ago, I know exactly how I would have answered: Fashion magazines use Photoshop to make people thinner, to airbrush skin imperfections, to make eyes bigger and teeth whiter. They use Photoshop to create an unrealistic standard of beauty that we can never attain and to assert “this is what perfect is and anything less than this isn’t worth looking at.” More
You won’t believe this previously unseen “before” shot of Audrey Hepburn in one of the most famous press stills from Breakfast At Tiffany’s: in which one draconian art director with a grease pencil deemed Hepburn’s legendary beauty not quite legendary enough. Yes, even women renowned the world for their unforgettable faces over have fine lines, stray hairs, even–gasp!–pores. More
Victoria’s Secret and its lawless photo editing department is the gift that keeps on giving. This time, Candice Swanepoel looks less like a super fit underwear model and more like a victim of the ooze.
You guys have to check out this nifty program called Poladroid! It changes your simple photos into digital polaroids! Soooo cool. Nowadays, it’s hard to find film cartridges for our Polaroid cameras as Polaroid has already stopped manufacturing them. Tho … More