Beyonce raised eyebrows and the blood pressure of fans over the weekend when she shared the photos above on her website sporting a white sleeveless leotard with dark gray lettering that reads, “99 PROBLEMS BUT MY ASS AIN’T ONE,” in reference to her superior derriere and her husband Jay-Z’s hit song “99 Problems” from 2004. But, upon closer inspection of the photos, fans begin to point out that one of Beyonce’s 99 problems may be that she has a rather inept Photoshop artist working for her.
Current Category: Crimes of Photoshop
No publicity is bad publicity! Kris Jenner successfully drew attention to her new cookbook this week by Photoshopping a week-old picture that was previously shared by Gordon Ramsay. See the differences between Gordon’s original picture and Kris’ edited version and why the whole situation is benefitting her…
Here’s some good news from Kim Kardashian: She didn’t even look like what she thinks she looked like back in “the skinny days.” Her latest throwback Instagram post features some very blatant Photoshopping… Even the zipper on the dress was removed!
If you watched last season of The Bachelor, you know that Andi Dorfman is a lovely lawyer with two fully functioning arms. But, apparently, marketing execs at ABC thought she would look a bit better with just one arm…
Say it ain’t so, Beyonce! The singer is accused of using Photoshop on two “candid” swimsuit pictures posted on Instagram. See the pictures in question and actual candid pictures in similar poses for comparison.
Nicki Minaj has a message for ESPN photo editors: Step away from the airbrush. The Music Issue cover girl publicly criticized the magazine for making her forehead “mysteriously grow in length.”
Not surprisingly, it seems that Vogue did what Vogue does best with the new photos of Lena Dunham: Photoshopped them like crazy. See the before and after pictures, which were obtained with the promise of a $10K reward.
Two Photoshopped pictures, two very different reactions. See why Rosie O’Donnell is being applauded for sharing a Photoshopped picture of herself while Miranda Kerr was harshly criticized.
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.
“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?