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PHOTO SHOP hall of SHAME: Keira Knightley in the “King Arthur” movie promotional poster image. She goes from naturally thin and small-chested to a D cup in every promotion she’s featured in!

LOOK AT THESE PICTURES Photoshop Phoniness: Take it for granted that ANY image you see in a magazine or poster has been dramatically photoshopped! Great article and gallery

While the majority of images of women are being digitally altered, so are our perceptions of normal, healthy and beautiful. Break free from the phoniness by browsing and sharing our Hall of Shame Gallery!

The average woman sees 600 photoshopped images perday. What are you comparing yourself to?

On average women see 600 photo shopped images a day and how jacked up is it that beauty mags "whitewash" darker skinned people? Even good looking models get changed out of all recognition.

Kate Winslet on the cover of the British "GQ" Magazine. Kate says that the legs on the "GQ" cover are one-third of her original size.

We really never know what is truth & what is fiction.

So quit comparing yourself to these pictures, thinking they are reality, and finding yourself lacking.and just appreciate them for what they are: pretty pictures shaped by an artist's imagination.

Sources say America Ferrara’s head was pasted onto another woman’s body for this phony Glamour cover.

America Ferrera for Glamour Magazine. The star of ABC's Ugly Betty was also victim Photoshop. Photo editors at the magazince placed Ferrera's face on someone else's body.

Kate Winslet is again the victim of a Photoshop hack job, this time by Harper’s Bazaar in their Nov. 2011 issue. Both of these photos were taken the same month!

Photoshop Fakes: Kate Winslet is again the victim of a Photoshop hack job, this time by Harper’s Bazaar in their Nov.

Tennis player Andy Roddick on the May 2007 Men’s Fitness. He said later: “I’m not as fit as the Men’s Fitness cover suggests…little did I know I have 22 inch guns and a disappearing birth mark on my right arm.” Extreme body alterations occur in both women's and men's magazines.

Andy Roddick, after seeing this photo-shopped cover of himself: Little did I know I have 22 inch guns and a disappearing birth mark on my right arm. Great article on the photo-shopping madness!

Framing Social Problems: Shame vs. Pity (click thru for analysis)

Shame and pity: Headless obesity and pitiful starvation

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