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Video Vault: Watch The Photoshop Diet In Action

by Erika Nicole Kendall

Remember this post?

Ever wondered what this process looks like? Ever wondered just how simple it is to Photoshop yourself a new body?

Watch the flicks.

 

Thoughts?

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13 comments

Nefertiti September 10, 2012 - 3:14 PM

So If this is the case, hy won’t they still let me be a model?! lol hell with photoshop I can go froma short chubby black girl to a tall thin asian girl lol

Brownie September 10, 2012 - 3:24 PM

Well, you may be able to photoshop pounds, but ya can’t photoshop a heart attack, diabetes, or any series of cardiovascular diseases…there isn’t a program for that.

Cathy September 10, 2012 - 4:08 PM

All I can say is “wow”. I knew most magazine photos weed photoshopped. But seeing how it’s done is something else. Thank you!

Marcia September 10, 2012 - 4:33 PM

Wow! That is really neat.

marie September 10, 2012 - 5:17 PM

This makes me uncomfortable honestly, especially when the nutritionist says that even when people know that the images are unrealistic, still this doesn’t penetrate in their brain.
You know it’s wrong but for some reasons your brain believes it’s true… What kind of message does it send to young teenagers? ( boys and girls)
You know ( different subject but same conclusion) I read an article the other day stating that teenagers where influenced by porn movies and realized when actually engaging in intimate relationship with girls they were often disappointed…
All this s*** is so unrealistic…

Erika Nicole Kendall September 11, 2012 - 12:24 PM

HUGE POINT. I TOTALLY get what you mean. Really, it feels like the same point to me. Great comment.

Annette September 11, 2012 - 1:16 PM

Amazing..

debra September 11, 2012 - 2:09 PM

Wow Thank you I really i didnt know how extensive this was

Kaycee September 11, 2012 - 7:32 PM

Eye-opening! But am I still wrong that I’m taking a Photoshop class at work so I can learn how to retouch my photos? :O)

Kim September 26, 2012 - 12:52 PM

Why are we forcing ourselves as women into an unattainable body image. This is a good lesson on deception. We need to focus on health and quality of life and being happy with how God created us as women with all our unique parts.

Mary February 15, 2013 - 1:24 AM

This is why so many girls/women are killing themselves and not understanding that all those smoothed skin shots have been photo shopped to the nth. No one is perfect, nor does anyone have a perfect looking body. Please never forget, that the real you will be seen by others and photoshopping a picture does not get rid of the physical ailments because of being overweight. Think: It’s Hollywood and nothing is ever real.

Keiji July 26, 2013 - 12:41 PM

I remember the day I realized that NONE of the women in ANY magazine had a SINGLE freckle or mole. And that’s when I realized the extent to which they are photoshopped. That not a single inch of their skin goes untouched. After that I have not felt bad from a photo since. Now seeing them in films/adverts is harder. I know that you can photoshop live-action, and wear makeup, but it’s still hard when my brain’s like, “That’s a living woman. You cannot deny that!”

Mishala August 17, 2013 - 4:11 AM

What’s crazy to me is that it’s a standard. I like to use local businesses when I can, so when I went shopping for family photos, I kept it to the Army wives here on base. Every single one I talked to emphasized how well they did with Photoshop. “Nope, not a single scar, blemish, grey hair or wrinkle.” Maybe I’m odd, but at twenty-seven, I’ve earned my grey hair and wrinkles. Or laugh lines, I guess, which are still wrinkles to me. My fiancé, my family, they know who I am and what I look like. Why would I want a bunch of photos that don’t look like me? It’s insane.

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