In case you’ve been wondering what that Soul Surfer girl has been up to lately. (Okay, not really.)
Thanks for sending this image in, Lisa!
Here’s what’s been going on in Photoshop and pop culture news this week.
Ultra-Orthodox Jewish newspaper The Announcer got into hot water this week when they ran this photo of world leaders gathering at the Charlie Hebdo march in France.
What’s missing? Well, it appears that the newspaper didn’t want to include any of the female leaders who posed for the original picture, including German Chancellor Angela Merkel and EU Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini. Several other ladies were also deleted from the image.
Bad form, guys. BAD form. You can see a full list of the female leaders who got erased right here. Thank you to John, Volker, Paige, and everyone else who brought this image to our attention.
This article is funny enough — it’s about how selfie sticks are banned from European soccer stadiums because people might start bashing each other over the head with them. The image they used in the article, however, takes the cake.
What’s wrong with this picture?
Here’s the article. Thanks for sending it in, Ron!
It sure was nice of Urban Outfitters to let us choose which bikini bod we like better, the edited version:
Or the original (not weirdly dented) version:
Whoa, that was a close one. She almost looked like a normal thin model, for a second! You can see all the pics here. It’s kind of fun to click between the two images and watch her hip dent appear and disappear. Just good clean family fun.
Thanks for sending this in, Brittany!
Wow, what a week! Although the Bieber-Bulge scandal overshadowed most of the week’s Photoshop-related news, there was no shortage of great Photoshop and pop culture news this week.