You might've heard, but we're no fans of Photoshop manipulation. And while we think it's really sad when magazine editors decide that it's not okay to have an elbow and some crow's feet on a cover, it makes us even sadder to hear that some magazines retouch their models to look bigger. Yes, that's right. Bigger. Self magazine seems unashamed of the fact that they need to plump up models because they tend to be too gaunt and bony to successfully represent the publication's so-called "healthy" image. "We retouch to make the models look bigger, healthier," says Self's art director.
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