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Subject: Re: Photoshopping school photos
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From: nospam <nospam@nospam.invalid>
Subject: Re: Photoshopping school photos
Date: Thu, 30 Nov 2017 17:21:19 -0500
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In article <ovpvv5$i99$>, Ken Hart<> wrote:

> >     I was only pointing out that this seems to be
> > neither the realm of the photographer nor of the
> > graphic artist. Like "fixing redeye", it's become a
> > one-click operation. I imagine publishing companies
> > probably have very advanced stuff to do it, so
> > that only one click give a movie star hips,
> > bright blue eyes, and air-brushed skin, while
> > thinning her chin to "feminize", maybe reshaping
> > her nose, etc. The program I got for free with PSP
> > claims to do most of that. I can hardly imagine
> > what Cosmo must use.
> > 
> > 
> Once upon a time, skilled portrait photographers could handle most of 
> those things with creative lighting and posing.

they still can.