In some ways, Photoshopping has made our lives better. I know that I use it when I notice a blemish in one of my hundreds of “selfies,” and immediately reach for the magic wand. You can’t post a photo of … More
I know, I know. I’m supposed to be really excited that Vogue didn’t use Photoshop and ran a completely “unvarnished, unadulterated, pure” photo shoot from Peter Lindbergh. I promise, I really do appreciate it when a magazine chooses to forgo all the crazy retouching and curve-smoothing (or eliminating) that normally happens in mags.
But does anyone else feel like all this gratuitous nudity is a little like when plus-size models are constantly photographed without their clothes on? More
If you thought the cleverly photoshopped bodies on the magazine covers at the check-out aisle were bad, wait until you see this: The bodies on most of the models that clothing retailer, H&M, uses on its website are computer-generated fakes.
Emily Blunt apparently told Elle magazine during an interview that she isn’t down with being photoshoppoed to look thinner: “I don’t like it when they stretch you out and make you all long and skinny…It makes you look like a … More