Chrissy Teigen really hates Photoshop but really likes modeling. More
Why didn’t Jimmy Choo just order a Real Doll who vaguely resembled Nicole Kidman if they didn’t want her actual face to be the company’s face? More
We’ve seen a lot of bad Katy Perry Photoshops in our day, but this is by far the most egregious. More
Santa believes in Photoshop. More
If you had the entire (primarily teenage) fanbase of Pretty Little Liars on a string, what would you do with that power? Probably photoshop all the promotional material to smithereens so that young women can feel even shittier about themselves, right? More
Wait a second. Whose legs are those? More
One professional photoshopper claims that “the general public knows very little about retouching,” and that the artists behind magazine photos “often make [women] bigger!” She’s also probably full of crap. More
This is allegedly Lucky‘s December 2013/January 2014Â cover featuring Kerry Washington, but oh myÂ goodnessÂ that does not look anything like her. Does it? Am I being crazy or does this seriously look nothing like that woman whose image I posted at the top of this page? More
Ouch! This one looks seriously painful. More
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Despite the fact that she’s widely loved as an actress–and lauded as a crusader for more positive body image–there’s been a hefty internet-wide backlash to Kate Winslet‘s recently-dropped Vogue cover.Â Of course, the problem has nothing to do with Winslet herself… and everything to do with Vogue‘s over-eager retouchers.
But the painting of Winslet on the November cover isn’t exactly new territory for Vogue–they recently hacked off Claire Danes‘ limbs, for one. Moreover, there are quite a few covers from the last ten years that rival Winslet’s for showcasing humans who don’t exactly resemble humans. Let’s take a look. More
We’ve often thought there are two primary kinds of Photoshop fuck-ups. On the one hand, there’s the overzealous touching up–with enough buffing, scrubbing, lighting trickery and digital sweetening, this first kind of problem usually results in famous people looking nothing like themselves, in skin losing texture or internal organs magically disappearing. More generally, this first kind results in human bodies no longer looking anything like they belong to humans.
The second kind, though, that’s the kind we can all agree with. The fuck up. The blunder. The all out catastrophe…
Apparently Giuliana Rancic leads a double life as the face of aerobics/activewear/leggings brand Danskin.
…Or should we say as the “giant head” ofÂ aerobics/activewear/leggings brand Danskin? More
We see Photoshop everywhere: in magazines, on album artwork, in major fashion and beauty campaigns, on movie posters and even in our friends’ selfies on Facebook.Â But few places are more reliable for bottom of the barrel retouching than online stores: sometimes it’s just a few slices off the abdomen for slimming, sometimes the slicing and dicing results in irregular growths, sometimes the humanity is scrubbed awayÂ completely and sometimesÂ people just be aliens. More
Gwyneth Paltrow has been the face of Boss fragrance for a while now–it was over a year ago that her first (“extremely awkward”) Boss Nuit campaign dropped. Now she’s fronting ads for Boss Jour, the brand’s sister fragrance, and they’re a mess of over-eager Photoshop. More