|If only it was this easy...|
|A good photo editor can turn a grandmother |
into a leading presidential candidate.
|Even the so-called "beautiful people" can benefit |
from a little expert Photoshopping.
|What a difference the right lighting makes.|
|The complexion comes first, then a few of the wrinkles.|
|Cleaning up the complexion and little else.|
|Did the photo editor go too far? You decide.|
|More attractive "after" than "before"? |
Perhaps, but also more uninteresting.
|Keep any changes subtle and minimal. |
Better to stop short than to go to far.
|It's hard to improve and easy to ruin the near-perfect face.|
|I'm uncertain which of these two faces came first. The second face may have been digitally created to demonstrate the effects of aging; or the youthful face may be an attempt to reverse the process. In any case, they serve our purposes.|
|What do you think? Too much or not enough?|
|The rules differ somewhat for men. |
This one is eexceptionally well-done.
|There, there, that's better...|