Whats the problem... she's from the "village of the damned" isn't she?<br><br>I don't get USA today. <br><br>Looks to me the only thing they touched were the whites of her eyes, the "stern" look was her original.<br><br>You have to realize all of us have sat and watch her LIE in photo ops and on News programs... so USA can't do her more damage than she's done herslef.<br><br>why don't you direct your displeasure to the clowns and screw-ups in Bush's administration ..... starting from the TOP?<br>They have done this to themselves , Matt.<br>Iraq, deficits, coverups, leaks, ...etc<br>NO ONE else did it to them.<br>Wake UP, man.<br><br>David (OFI)<br>
I did as you suggested: and you're absolutely right.<br><br>Copying the image to disc and simply sizing it up using <br>"Preview" was all that was needed to reveal everything that <br>had been done to the photo.<br><br>The weird thing is, is that it confirmed my first impression:<br>It was just an clumsy PS Job done in the effort to IMPROVE<br>"The Dragon-Ladies" appearance.<br><br>All the stray hairs had been smoothed or removed, the eyebrows<br>are cleaned up, he gave a bit more definition to the lips, smoothed<br>the wrinkles softened the scowl, smoothed "the pursed lips", took <br>away the blotchy complexion and defined the cheekbones with a fresh <br>tweek of blush.<br><br>The part he blew was the eyes. That's where you can tell that he<br>lacked experience. <br><br>I have no doubt that allowing an inexperienced person to touch-up <br>the photo was the reason for the apology of (not being up to regular <br>standards) was all about. <br><br><br>
_________________________ . "...or am I a butterfly dreaming she's a woman?"
i saved the image and opened in preview. i then sized it to my huge monitor. the photo is clearly very pixelated at that point. obviously bias. <br><br>--<br>"I am mindful that diversity is one of the strengths of the country" --president bush on 9/27/05
Ditto! Quick wits with fast, sharp, witty replies are great entertainment. I am serious. I love it. Oh, the trolley leaves the tracks occasionally, but calmer wits manage to get it right back on four wheels . . .<br><br>Not to mention Bird's graphics . . . <br><br><br><br><br>KateMate
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