the magic of photoshop

Thursday, February 3, 2011

a few days ago at work we had picture day, a.k.a new headshots for all, which meant that i had to actually put in my contacts, blow-dry my hair and put on makeup.

no big whoop.

fast forward to yesterday when i'm glancing over nugget's shoulder watching him retouch my new headshot.

"looking good!", i say in approval of the up close and personal photograph of my face.

but with a smirk nugget zooms in on my eyes and removes a filter that he had added to the photograph to soften my wrinkles showing "the real" photograph.

i shriek in the horror of it all, startling the entire 4th floor of my office, telling nugget to "put the filter back on!".

sigh.

oh well, i may be 30 in real life but my new headshot looks like i'm only 28.

naturally....

9 comments:

  1. The day I discovered smile lines when I wasn't smiling was traumatic. Here's to always looking 28, with a little help...

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  2. I'm sure you look fab either way!

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  3. Is almost every picture I have been in lately someone has said, "you look like your mom SO much"... thanks????

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  4. someone needs to invent contacts with said filter. everyone would look so much better!

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  5. I will be posting the before and after shots on my blog next week. you're welcome.

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  6. Oh office photos. What did I learn from mine? I need to lose 80 pounds and never stop doing push ups. EVER

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  7. shut up! there aren't any wrinkles on that face!

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  8. wrinkles schminkles! does photoshop work for making people act better too?

    i may have to invest in it!

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