Saturday, April 16, 2011

When will people stop criticizing Photoshop Artists?

By Elihu5991

More and more on the news, I hear of complaints of airbrushes in mags and other forms of media. They're airbrushes of models not looking like what they really. As the years go by, more and more people are disliking this concept of ‘fake’ people. They want real looking people with real wrinkles, skin and all. Now this is perfectly understandable.

Yet who is getting criticized? Not the models (not saying they should) or the media itself but Photoshop Artists who spend hours of their time working these master pieces.

It is only there job to do so and the job of the model to pose, so the culprit is really the media. You can’t blame the Artists and models for doing a good job … a very good job.

Now think of who started all this. It was the consumer who wanted the fantasy and the producer who enticed it. The Artist just got stuck in the middle of it – They needed a middle person … a scapegoat.

Due to consumer demand, media are changing their attitude to fakes. I guess they’re good for entertainment but not the real thing; when millions of women (including girls) are influenced by them.

What about young kids? We don’t want them attempting to achieve something that is merely possible. Not all of them will understand.

All in all, it isn’t the Photoshop Artists fault and people should really stop blaming them. A lot of people really don’t know what these talented Artists really do. A lot of the media you see are influenced and have some part with Photoshop Artist
(ie. Posters, films, photography, you favourite companies, .etc) They are top contributors to our world and really make us happy – Realise it or not; its very subconscious.

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