As previously reported, there's talk of banning magazines in the UK from digital photo enhancement. Meanwhile, The American Society of Magazine Editors is considering a "panel discussion" about retouching guidelines, reports Folio. Cindi Leive, ASME president and editor in chief of Glamour, says there will not be a ban. "Given the ubiquity of retouching technology these days—think of brides and their wedding photos—it seems unrealistic to forbid all digital manipulation of photos in any magazine." Wait, brides are doing it, so it's okay? Folio points out that Leive is no stranger to PhotoShop controversy. Still, she says, "Readers should never be misled about what they're looking at." And yet!