Lifting the Veil of Mere Pixel Perfection – NYTimes

Lifting the Veil of Mere Pixel Perfection – NYTimes.com.

This is one of the silliest ideas I have heard in a long time. I don’t know how you could possibly have a rating system for retouched pictures that ordinary folks – the people the British and French governments want to protect – could understand.

Surely better to educate people. Entertainment, show biz and the associated magazines are about fantasy, not reality.

Focusing on Photoshop is also so short sighted. Humans have been perfecting their appearance and concealing their flaws throughout history.

Of course, none of the people here in Thailand need Photoshopping. It isĀ  full of natural human beauty. And that wasn’t a joke.

Black Dress on Silom Road

Guaranteed - no Photoshopping!

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