A magazine that doesn't use Photoshop? No ways!

After watching this video revealing the power of Photoshop we felt a strong urge to write about a magazine that intends on not using Photoshop on any of the models or people featured in its issues or covers, as reported by The Huffington Post.

I don't know about you but I think it'll be so refreshing to open a mag and see people who actually look like people, not airbrushed mannequins with exact facial symmetry and perfect body proportions.

I think the introduction of a no Photoshop policy by Verily Magazine is a watershed in the fashion industry - where the ordinary girl can now actually relate to the model in her favourite magazine, and not be threatened by her.

At least they're doing something positive and representing a real and true image of beauty, now if only other magazines will follow suite...

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