the real images

Seeing original images right next to the modified ones shows how much can be changed. Now I wonder how I would look if if this guy got one of my photographs. It also makes me doubt the authenticity of what we see in the media. (via mefi)


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  1. And this is why none of us will ever look like the model on the front of the fashion magazine. Not even the model does!

    Comment by Levi on August 15, 2003 @ 12:52 am
  2. Wow. I don’t feel so bad about my high school yearbook picture now.

    Comment by Jan on August 15, 2003 @ 5:17 am
  3. I actually used to alter pictures of models for fitness adds. I worked for a company that manufactured fitness machines as a graphic designer. Our models were practically anerexic, and I was still instructed to make them even thinner, and I usually upped their bust size significantly.

    Comment by carlene on August 15, 2003 @ 9:53 am
  4. I saw a show, I think on Discovery where a graphic guy was elongating a model’s legs for a print ad.

    Comment by Renee on August 15, 2003 @ 10:08 am
  5. thanks for putting up the summary lines it is helpful

    Comment by Anonymous on August 15, 2003 @ 10:27 am
  6. You’re welcome oh nameless one.

    Comment by dan on August 15, 2003 @ 10:29 am
  7. models are way to skinny they need a bit of weight on them i think Christina Aguilera has got the perfect figure not to fat and not too skinny

    Comment by simone on November 7, 2003 @ 6:47 am
  8. Look I thought I was gonna be seein’ some anerexic pics but naw you ain’t anerexic you just flat out skinny!

    Comment by LKA on March 12, 2004 @ 9:01 pm

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