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Celebrity Photoshop Transformations: Before And After
Photoshop is used on most commercial images these days. It’s expected. It’s the new norm.
But the Photoshopping isn’t only used to thin out arms or clean up blemishes as you might expect. Besides thinning, it’s also used to add curves, structure, and muscles. Some celebrities have worked really hard at the gym only to have their cover photo hit the newsstands making them look as untoned as ever (see below).