Britney Spears will soon be heading to Las Vegas where she will star in her own headlining show, so it’s no surprise to see that she is getting into tip-top shape. The “Scream And Shout” singer is on next month’s issue of Shape Magazine and she’s looking better than ever. In the magazine, Britney is dishing on how she’s gotten her body back and her grueling Vegas line-up.
Current Category: Crimes of Photoshop
“Reverse photoshopping” involves digitally manipulating pictures to make models look fuller, curvier or more muscular — and magazine editors aren’t denying it. But, with some fashion models crying foul, it begs the question: Is reverse photoshopping good or bad?
Christina Aguilera burst on the scene as a tiny teen with a huge voice. Now, several hit albums, one marriage, and one reality show later, she’s much curvier — and she loves it. However, in the just-released add for her new perfume, Royal Desire, she’s looking like her old self — but with some seemingly anatomically incorrect body parts.
Fashion photoshop usually involves shaving down a model’s frame until her shape is unrecognizable as a human form, but in this case the model’s skinniness is what had to go. One thing’s for sure: no matter what you’re looking at in a magazine, it’s been altered.
Lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret is coming under fire for a photo they recently posted on their Facebook wall featuring model Laís Ribeiro striking a seemingly anatomically impossible pose wearing pink Body By Victoria bra and panties. The photo has received nearly 2,000 comments, most all of which either claiming the image was Photoshopped or expressing anger at Victoria’s Secret for using such an abnormally thin model. Keep reading to see side-by-side photos of Lais for comparison and decide for yourself if VS is guilty of PS BS!
Mariah Carey’s first promo photo for her $18 million American Idol season looks a little — photoshopped.
It’s no secret that virtually every advertisement and magazine cover you see is Photoshopped. That’s a given, but there are varying levels and styles of Photoshop and image altering; sometimes there are minor changes, and sometimes body parts are accidentally chopped off. Other times, faces are rendered completely unrecognizable, like with Demi Moore’s latest ad campaign. Her appearance in new Helena Rubenstein ads rivals even the most inexplicable Glitz Pageant photos.
Kourtney Kardashian is calling OK Magazine‘s bluff! The Kourageous reality star to Women’s Wear Daily about how she never actually spoke with OK! and how they liberally photoshopped her post-baby body. She also provided the original photo, top left, which was taken just a week after baby Mason’s birth and shows a much bigger (and [...]