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Adobe Doesn’t Think ‘Photoshop’ Is a Dirty Word



In January, Jezebel offered a $10,000 bounty to obtain un-retouched images from filmmaker Lena Dunham‘s Vogue cover shoot. Within two hours, they received and published the photos.

Jezebel‘s article pointed to aspects of Dunham’s physique Vogue had altered: “neck thinned and brought in,” “hips pulled in,” “neckline brought up.” But even Jezebel admitted the photos hadn’t changed much — not like Kate Winslet‘s plasticized skin or Keira Knightley‘s swelled chest

Dunham was not impressed. The media responded: You offered to pay $10,000 for this?

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