Georgia State Rep. Earnest Smith is pushing to make (inappropriate) use of Photoshop a crime after he was made a target of a similar prank and he is certainly not happy about it.
“They (parody creators) live for something like this,” Smith said. “They are vulgar. This is about being vulgar. We’re becoming a nation of vulgar people,” he told Fox News.
A picture of Smith’s head was edited and put on a body of a porn star by a blogger who used the photo-shopped image to mock him. This infuriated the politician to such an extent that he now wants this (lewd, coarse and filthy) graphic editing computer program an illegal and punishable offence with a fine of $1,000.
Songstress Jordin Sparks, winner of American Idol season 6 is sizzling on the cover of Shape magazine’s newest issue. The excessive photoshopping couldn’t be helped, but the weight loss isn’t fake. In the interview with Shape magazine she reveals about her unhealthy habits in the past and how she decided getting in shape was the only way to get over her health issues.
After investing 4 hours and 17 minutes and with the help of 244 layers, Russian graphic designer Alexander Koshelkov created the epic Photoshopped wallpaper of a jet crashing into the highway. Named as Luftbanza Airlines the seven minute video shows the different tasks and procedures the designer applied to make it as enticing as possible.
We can bet hardly a single picture of a celebrity or a model is published anywhere without a heavy dose of Photoshop. It has become the norm – an exasperating one for normal women but a norm nonetheless. It will not be unfair to say that the rate of depression in average women is directly proportional to the increasing number of flawless-skinned, toned-bodies models staring back from magazine covers.
A tweeted photo of Tim Tebow and his bulging muscles has been getting a lot of buzz around the internet this week, as fans and sports experts debate if the photo is legit. Are Tim Tebow’s muscles really this big? MORE