“Procter & Gamble has agreed to never again run an ad for its CoverGirl mascara because it used “enhanced post-production” and “photoshopping” to make eyelashes look thicker than they were in real life. P&G agreed to the ban even though it disclosed in the ad that the image was enhanced.” – Source This is the […]
Recently, H&M decided to take a new turn for their recent campaign. If you look closely, you’ll see a similarity. Notice it yet? That’s right, their poses are exactly the same.
“Starting with Photoshop CS6, which is anticipated to ship in 2012, Adobe will be enforcing a new upgrade policy. The existing practice is to allow customers to purchase the newest version at the upgrade price if they own an existing version up to three major releases back. To upgrade to Photoshop CS6 or any other […]
“Britney Spears has boldly agreed for the original photos from her latest shoot for Candie’s to be released alongside the final retouched copies”. Originally posted www.marieclaire.co.uk, I give full props for Britney for allowing these to be shown. Most regular models are too afraid to show theirs, let alone a celebrity. In this image conscious world […]
Photo District News, otherwise known as PDN, recently released an article titled, “Does Editorial Post-Production Cost Too Much?” This is one of those articles I wish came out when I first started in the industry. I really never knew how much to charge or what the earning potential really was for a retoucher. Considering the […]
Recently, Russian Vogue featured the talented singer, Adam Levine of Maroon 5, as their cover feature along with a spread.
It looks like Adobe is up to something big, well, at least they’re headed in the right direction with some brand new tricks. If you haven’t heard, recently at Adobe Max, they revealed something interesting. Take a look for yourself: