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Magazine Editors and Photographers on Retouching Photos

The magazine editors knew they had their cover shot. The model, just emerged from a small pond, produced a look for the camera that exuded intelligence and confidence. The only problem was the water droplets clinging to the model’s ears. So the photo editors had the ears retouched and the December 2011-January 2012 issue of Garden and Gun went to press.


Magazine admits to digitally altering slim Kate photo

Duchess Kate hardly seems a candidate to have her figure doctored to look even thinner in a photograph. But an Italian women’s fashion magazine has admitted it inadvertently did just that in a cover photo of the royal bride.


'Glee' controversy won't die on

The controversial Glee photo shoot for the November cover of GQ has done wonders for at least one of the parties involved --, which received 33 million page views during the photos' first week on the site, Mediaweek reports.


Oprah shares magazine cover for 1st time

Oprah shares magazine cover for 1st time

For all the majesty of the White House, the first lady has already infused it with a palpable ease; her presence makes the place feel open and approachable. When we sit down to talk, Michelle Obama seems as relaxed as she did when I first interviewed her and her husband in their Chicago apartment in 2004. "This room has the best light in the house," she tells me as we settle in, shoes off, on a comfortable sofa. "And there's pie here, too.


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