This Hilarious Video Says More About The Photoshop Debate Than Any Article Could

Over the past few years, many have assailed magazines and advertisers for their over-reliance on Photoshop and digital retouching that alters their subjects almost beyond recognition. And we get it. We're not into the idea of creating a false and unhealthy standard of beauty.
You know who else gets it? Filmmaker Jesse Rosten. As you can see for yourself above, her spoof commercial advertising the new product "Fotoshop by Adobé" is pitch perfect, saying a lot more about the issue than 5,000 words of pointed commentary could. Even the voice over is dead on. "Pro-pixel intensifying fauxtanical hydro-jargon mircobead extract"? Bingo! (Telegraph UK)

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