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4:57 PM, May 18th, 2012

Street artist defaces bikini ad with Photoshop sticker. (via reddit, more at Elephant Journal)

1:39 PM, June 3rd, 2011

newsweek:

Today on The Daily Beast: A former Sports Illustrated cover model is suing Estee Lauder for allegedly damaging her career with a fake promo shot (above). She says she’s never used the supposed anti-aging serum in question, and the image has been photoshopped. Check out our gallery and interactive of the decade’s most egregious photoshop scandals.

And relive the horror of the Ralph Lauren Photoshop job.

Reblogged from Newsweek
9:40 AM, May 13th, 2011
officialssay:

“I have gotten from friends all over the country copies of the picture that was this iconic picture taken in the Situation Room while we were watching the operation. And they have been photoshopped in every way you can imagine, including putting you know, coming after the royal wedding, one of these had all of us in one of these big, wide-brimmed hats from the wedding,” said Defense Secretary Robert Gates, noting the potential for manipulation and misuse if the U.S. were to release the photos of bin Laden’s corpse.

Just because we can’t reblog this photo enough.

officialssay:

“I have gotten from friends all over the country copies of the picture that was this iconic picture taken in the Situation Room while we were watching the operation. And they have been photoshopped in every way you can imagine, including putting you know, coming after the royal wedding, one of these had all of us in one of these big, wide-brimmed hats from the wedding,” said Defense Secretary Robert Gates, noting the potential for manipulation and misuse if the U.S. were to release the photos of bin Laden’s corpse.

Just because we can’t reblog this photo enough.

12:02 PM, May 10th, 2011

Hillary Clinton and Audrey Tomason scrubbed from Situation Room and more ultra-orthodoctored photos.

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