Photo(s) of the Day:Juliet Retouch by Lorena Sturlese
While the photos are Lorena Sturlese’s, I found them via the Dartmouth Photo-shop Revealing Tool (I dislike “photoshop/photo-shop” being used as a verb… but at this point it’s like calling petroleum jelly “vaseline”). From a summary of the Project available on Slate:
"The Dartmouth students and their professor developed a tool and system (described on Mashable) to create a "Photoshop rating" for any given image, so that a heavily edited image would get a five, while something untouched would be a zero. Can you imagine a world in which every advertising image or magazine fashion shoot carried, in effect, a warning level, with a "five" standing for the concept "no one really looks like this?" "