Today, anyone with a digital camera can call themselves a photographer. How does a new generation of truly talented photographers break away from the crowd and rise to the top?
There is a notion that when people communicate online they in some way modify their identity. My experience with social media tells me this is not true.
Imagine you are Walter Isaacson. You are the president and CEO of the Aspen Institute, "a nonpartisan educational and policy studies institute based...
While magazine editors profess to be on the lookout for more normal models, not very many of them practices what they preach.
Here we go again. Didn't we learn anything from the Ralph Lauren photoshopping incident last year? See a clip of Crystal Renn, a "plus sized model" discussing her outrage at being made to look thinner in a recent photo shoot.
You have to remember: it's really, really super hard to be a big public corporation! Like it or not, image is everything. We Photoshop in the name of those we care about!
Awash in the revelations that BP has been manipulating press pictures to make their response look more urgent, the original photo of their Command Center has been located.
No one tells the truth. Who wants to admit that their wrinkles, moles, and scars disappeared by computer magic?
It's rare to find a software developer who's been plugging away for decades, but that's exactly what the Stillman brothers did with TypeStyler, a favorite graphics program for many Mac users.
Google is making it easier to find interesting people to follow on Twitter. The Goog recently unveiled a new app that helps Twitter users find others who fit on their "social graph."
Campbell's play isn't solely about his Jewish identity; it's a retelling of the inner struggles that prompted him to go searching and a hilarious recollection of the obstacles he endured while trying to find himself.
I think the shock came from the incongruity of a woman of mature age dressed like an extra from the Halloween scene of Mean Girls - a movie about high schoolers, in case you have forgotten.
Welcome to the photoshop hall of shame courtesy of Newsweek entitled, "Unattainable Beauty" (Click Here). It's likely that you heard about the Ralph L...
2009 saw a land grab the likes of which we haven't seen since the days of the railroads. Greedy software companies and websites tried to cash in on the cellphone app store hype, and released tens of thousands of new programs for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry.