Österreich, a tabloid newspaper in Austria, was caught by one of its competitors over what they dub a "nasty piece of photojournalism." It seems they Photoshopped an image of two politicians in a breakfast meeting, which never actually happened.
Learning to use and master photo-editing software can be quite the daunting experience for beginners. In this article, we've compiled a list of five great photo editors for those wading into the waters of photo editing for the first time.
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A group of female students at a Utah high school are upset and demanding an answer as to why the school chose to alter their yearbook photos without telling them and also why this rule wasn't applied to everyone.
Two videos are being shared and tweeted all over the Internet. One video shows women shopping in a store filled with advertising that says what normal ads make women think; the other shows exactly how the beauty standard is created.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi's office resorted to Photoshopping after some women in Congress failed to show up in time for a group photo shoot of female members of the House Democratic caucus on the steps of the Capitol at 10:45 a.m.Thursday.
A provocative ad campaign for lingerie company Jane Pain features manipulated photos of female genitalia, with the tag line reading "What you can't see is all you want to see." The campaign won the 2012 Lapiz de Oro, Argentina's highest advertising prize.
"Maybe you're born with it, Nah! I'm pretty sure is Fotoshop." That's just one of the lines from the video parody that's gone viral practically overnight on how magazines deceive readers into striving to achieve an image that does not exist in reality.
If you’ve been watching with a very cynical eye the various battles around Adobe, the Flash issues, Adobe CS 5.5 and its business model will at least get a smile. Adobe has come up with a game changer.
It would be unfair to simply call Erik Johansson a photographer. He rearranges compositions to create unique eye-opening images, bending reality with ease. He spoke to DigitalJournal.com about his creative process and future plans.
French photographer Denis Darzacq creates amazing images of people flying through air as if there was no gravity on our planet. His work, real photographs without PhotoShop trickery, can be seen in New York, yet only for two more weeks.
The Daily KOS, Seattle Times, even the Obama campaign have all utilized the handy new Orwellian tool of stealth editing. AP, AFP and Reuters were all caught with their pants down over PhotoShops of the 2006 Israel-Lebanon War. They are far from alone.
Adobe is planning to release its famous Adobe Photoshop product online and free. It will be unique version on its own not tied to the existing Photoshop programs. Adobe wants to make this program to reach out to as many as possible.
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