These days, there's not an advertisment, magazine or book cover that hasn't been digitally altered in some way, shape or form. And digitally modifying, a practice called "Photoshopping," models is nothing new.
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People have been criticizing the Photoshopping industry for years, claiming that they create unrealistic standards of beauty and skews girls' ideas of body image. Many have attacked the recent Victoria Secret Campaign "Perfect Body" that featured models who appear extremely thin and apparently very Photoshopped.
Dove fought back with a campaign called "The Perfect Real Body" and showcased women with more realistic proportions. But one brave company has taken the fight a step further, and I personally applaud them for it.
American Eagle chose to showcase its lingerie models without any Photoshopping whatsoever. "'We left beauty marks, we left tattoos — what you see is really what you get with our campaign,' brand representative Jenny Altman told 'Good Morning America earlier this year."
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