I like this....

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  1. Corry

    Corry Flirtacious and Bodacious Supporting Member

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    EBphotography TPF Junkie!

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    I think thats a pretty great idea.
     
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    Well I wanted to say something but I am at a lost for words right now.....
     
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    I agree with the message, but the amount of 'upgrading' doesn't surprise me. What surprises me is that a lot of people still think that what we see in magazines, is unedited. But I think (hope) that may be changing, now that everybody knows about photoshopping and stuff (because it's on every pc).



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    Yeah. It's impressive and disgusting, the power of technology.

    My digital photography class is doing a unit on professional ethics right now and we watched this video a few weeks ago... interesting stuff.
     
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    I dig the video and the concept behind it....but isn't Dove the same company that advertises their products as able to 'reduce the signs of aging' and basically trying to keep the young and old looking young?

    At the very least, it's cool that they're stepping up to the plate.
     

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