Nature can often present us with some rather wonderful and rare sights. Sights such as spinning ice circles in slow-moving rivers. One particularly giant and impressive example popped up in the Presumpscot River in Westbrook, Maine recently.
Many people don’t feel comfortable in their own skin. Imposed beauty standards and too much Photoshop in ads don’t help at all. Norwegian pharmacist Vitus have created an ad that might help people feel good in their own skin and meet all the changes that will come with aging.
The ad shows how out skin changes over a lifespan of 100 years – and it all fits in only 60 seconds. There’s no heavy retouching, just pure, natural beauty of skin of all ages and colors.
In what can only be described as another incident of mindless stupidity, vandals have destroyed an iconic sandstone pedestal at Cape Kiwanda on Oregon’s coast. Described by local residents as a “natural wonder” and often photographed by visitors, the “Duckbill” rock is no more.
A video sent to KATU News shows a group of people pushing the sandstone formation, bringing it to the ground. The creator of the video, David Kalas, was out with his friend flying a new drone when he heard a commotion. After going over to investigate, he saw a group of 8 people claiming they were going to topple the rock. When he saw the rock start to move, he started filming.
I am a big fan of Kate Winslet as an actress and I think she is wonderful. I think even more so, now that she has added a No Photoshop Clause to her Lancôme (L’Oreal) contract.
Kate has been the face of Lancôme for a while now, and he has revealed in the Elle Women in Hollywood event that she has a contractual agreement with L’Oréal (Lancôme mother company) that her face is not to be retouched in ads.
In an interview with E!News Kate says that
How would like to be photoshopped given the opportunity to give your face what your heart desires. Note that your heart and your head do not always desire the same thing.
You will not believe the results!
A new survey askes if women prefer how they look in unretouched, natural cell phone pictures or photos taken by a professional portrait photographer with fake Photoshop.