In a day and age where what is 'real' is a blurred line between the natural and the computer-enhanced, consumers, celebrities and average joes are starting to turn away from Photoshop.
From amazing photographs created without the use of modern technology to celebrities like Brad Bitt going Photoshop-free, this cluster will have you picketing Photoshop once you're finished looking through the gallery.
Implications - With technological advances in post-production tools such as Adobe Photoshop, photographers have more freedom to change the common perception of perfection as consumers grow more and more tired of plastic people. Magazines have recognized, through backlash from audiences, that they can no longer publish heavily Photoshopped images without being criticized. By producing photos that are barely retouched, companies are more likely to enjoy a positive response.
From the Aging Brad Pitt to Anti-Photoshop Artwork
Marc Lüdgers' Photopicturen Blends Painting and Photography
Fighting Photoshop Rumors
Kim and Khloe Kardashian Defend PETA Ad
Kelly Clarkson's Self Magazine Shoot Raises Eyebrows
Stars Sans Photoshop
Elle France Shows Natural Female Beauty
Real Life vs. Photoshop Ads
Ray-Ban Colorize Campaign Asks You to Never Hide
Unphotoshopped Magazine Covers
Sarah Palin on Newsweek
Britain Aims to Asterisk Airbrushing & Eliminate It in Ads Geared at Youth
Photography That Gives the Illusion of Digital Enhancements
Rebelling Against Retouching
Peter Lindbergh Slams Usage of Photoshop
Rebelling Against Photoshop
Flawed Brad Pitt Exposed by Chuck Close in W Magazine
No Photoshop Editorials
‘Super Models' Go Natural For Hedi Slimane in Vogue Hommes
Complex Magazine Forgets to Digitally Touch Up Kim Kardashian