Just like many of us, David Riesenberg, the inventive mind behind the conceptual Canon mirrorless camera shown above and below, has been eagerly anticipating Canon’s “true” leap into the mirrorless camera market and the unveiling of a modern mirrorless ode to the camera maker’s 35mm SLRs of decades past.
Food for Thought: Israel Bans Use of Underweight or “Digitally Retouched” Models in Advertising Photos
For years and years, numerous media outlets have portrayed women as beautiful because they are thin and thin because they are beautiful. Young girls and women, primarily, have given too much consideration as to what the media and society deems attractive, which has produced an increasing twister-like cluster of health issues as a result.
In an effort to combat the plague of eating disorders that have been contributing to the plight of young men and women all over the world, a new Israeli law has been passed that bans the use of underweight models in advertising photos. The law also commands that should a model be digitally retouched in an advertisement to make him or her appear thinner than he or she is, a disclaimer concerning the augmentation must be included in the publication.
Quick News – Riding the wave of success that was the Lightroom 4 public beta, Adobe has decided to give their latest and highly anticipated version of Photoshop its own respective test run, bringing with it over 64 user-inspired enhancements over its predecessor.