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2010-04-17 18:54:42
Great info quest...thanks. I should have thought of that. I had to have my photo taken at a studio (personal reason) not too long ago, and the photographer showed me, while on the computer, how he could remove my wrinkles and make my teeth very white. I said no because I had earned those wrinkles - they were mine, and my teeth are white, but a woman my age does not have pearly white teeth unless she has them capped. I would not longer have looked like me.
2010-04-17 18:26:08
I suspect that the photo was digitally enhanced using Photoshop, perhaps with a photoshop plug-in such as PhotoTools by OnOne software. One of the presets in PhotoTools is a brush-in eye enhance that both whitens the eyes and strengthens the eyelash color and its contrasts. Also notice how much the teeth have also been whitened. This is another dead give-away for photoshop because neither the eye or teeth whitening could have been accomplished by air-brushing.
2010-04-17 17:51:13
I agree and I find this pic very interesting because it reveals how so many "glamour" photos are really created.
2010-04-17 17:22:33
Your tag says 'airbrush or photoshop?' I think it's airbrush. She doesn't look real in the photo on the right, especially the white in her eyes.