Not that I'm surprised about the power of Photoshop. But damn!Go here now. And here.Wow.
That is pretty amazing seeing that. Think of all the times you've probably seen a skewed image in a magazine or newspaper. Reminds me of the True Beauty Dove ads.
I know, crazy. What really freaks me out is that the digitally altered ones look more normal to me than the real ones. How effed up is that?
I swear, I tried messing around with a photo of myself on Adobe Photoshop.. I tried to get rid of the wrinkles and lines.. and I just ended up looking super creepy.
Business of the future: touching up people's snapshots. Genius!
Go here and play the film, "evolution": http://www.campaignforrealbeauty.com/It's a sped-up film of the process involved in making a regular woman into a billboard. It's pretty amazing. (It's part of Dove's ad campaign, and part of me says blech about that but part of me says there have been worse campaigns.)
Beauty is all Photoshop. Next time I cry about zits on my face while seeing a model's peaches and cream skin, I'll remind myself this.
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