Verily magazine’s ‘no Photoshop’ policy

Verily magazine promotes itself as a magazine with a ‘no Photoshop’ policy. Of course, the use of digital imaging software is simply a normal part of the photographic workflow, but the magazine gives its readers the pledge: “Verily never alters the body or face structure of the Verily models”.

The magazine’s co-founders Kara Eschbach and Janet Sahm believe that “the unique features of women, whether crows feet, freckles, or a less-than-rock-hard body, are aspects that contribute to women’s beauty and should be celebrated — not shamed, changed or removed.”

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Links:

Petapixel article.
Huffington Post article.
Verily magazine website.

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