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the face definitely looks airbrushed, unless she is wearing a bucketful of reflective makeup
i believe it. can you imagine the bad press if it was bollocks?
besides, some chick can actually do it. many can't, though
they should do morning pix then
depends on their definition of Photoshopped doesn't it.
Every image in a magazine will have gone through photoshop at some point. I imagine they done colour correction on that image and from the looks of it sandblasted her face unless she's just wearing a crapload of makeup, her body might not be massively retouched I guess, so that must be their definition of 'not photoshopped'
her head looks too small for her body is what it looks like to me
apparently this wasnt shopped and now all you Photoshop Retouching Designers are getting scarred that the people no longer want you.. scary times indeed!!
you know there had to be shit-tons of makeup and hair done, they agonized over lighting, and at the very least there was color correction, masking and a vignette applied.
AT BEST the most they can say is "we didn't use the clone tool"
some of you sound like conspiracy theorists... I dont see why its so hard to believe that a photographer and make up artist can take a picture worthy of being on a cover that hasn't been 'shopped.
Yes I know that a vast majority of them are, but that doesnt mean its impossible to be successful without it.
Could just be a snoot to the face that makes it look shopped.
her face is not that feminine.... definitely retouched
Weird blotchy black marks on her legs. The lighting is very bad.
any of you complainers do better? post up...
what jnr said. it's the lighting on the face that's makes it look like it's been retouched
and whats up with thouse eyebrows??
no photo goes untouched. Period.
Its shopped. maybe not heavily but certainly worked on.
and whats up with those eyebrows??
shit loads of makeup doesn't count though
ofcourse it is shopped. where alese would they sell them?
that's what shops are for.
why does it matter anyway, its like the digital equivalent of a girl saying "hey look at me I don't have a boob job, its for charity"
looks shopped as far as skin, but they didnt redefine her figure like most do.