Saturday, August 01, 2009

Laugh Lines

The copy on "Photoshopped images: the good, the bad and the ugly" from the Los Angeles Times isn't particularly insightful when it comes to the ethics and aesthetics of image manipulation, but it does quote my Popular Culture Association colleague and Facebook friend Montana Miller:

"I think the perfect bodies we're seeing in magazines that are Photoshopped have a terrible effect on how women feel about their own bodies," says Montana Miller, assistant professor in the department of popular culture at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.



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