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The latest Dove advertising campaign, “Real Beauty Sketches,” has already garnered its share of well-deserved criticism: That “Dove is owned by Unilever – the same company that owns Axe, king of mi…

Commentaires sur Gender Marketing Encounters: Marti Barletta par Colleen Faheu

by Colleen Faheu @ Commentaires pour Womenology

Hi, Marti, I always learn something from your work. This time it's not about women but about Canada! I've experience that underscores your view that "...Canada is a more forward-thinking market than the US. Big companies like Unilever, P&G, or Ford often view the Canadian market as a good place to try new thinking." As I'm doing missionary work to establish the discipline of Audio Branding in North America, I knock on a lot of doors. Canadian marketers, however, find me and reach out to me." Hah! I think I'll make more trips to Toronto. Cheers, Colleen

Dove releases rogue Photoshop action that undoes 'real beauty' manipulations

Dove releases rogue Photoshop action that undoes 'real beauty' manipulations


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Skin care company Dove has targeted airbrushers and photo manipulators with a Photoshop action in an attempt to take its "real beauty" campaign viral. The Dove Campaign for Real Beauty was launched...

Get to Know Me

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Happy Father’s Day, everyone! I hope that you all have a great day hanging out with your dads. They deserve the day off. 🙂 I just realized that in my three years of blogging, I’ve never really told you all too much about me and my personal life, my likes and dislikes, and some of … Continue reading Get to Know Me

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Questions and Answers

by noreply@blogger.com (Desi) @ RETOUCHING: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY


I asked several young women questions about retouching and decided to share some of the interviews with you.
 Here are the questions that I asked each one of them:
1. Are you aware what retouching is? (Also known as airbrushing)
2. Do you think that many of the pictures of models and celebrities that appear in magazines are retouched? Can you think of any numbers? (For instance 1 out of 100, 5 out of 100..)
3. If you have the opportunity to have some of your pictures retouched will you do it? Let’s say your Facebook profile picture? Why?
4. Can you just share some thoughts on retouching? What do you think about it? Do you think that it might have positive or negative impact on young women?
And here are the answers.. 

Iga Kruk, 21- years-old
1.Yes.
2. I know for sure that most pictures of models and celebrities in magazines are retouched. I would say at least 95 out of 100. The only exceptions is tabloid magazines.
3. The only time I retouch my own photos is if there is a very noticeable blemish or discoloration. I do it because I want to come off as having clear skin. It is a sign of good health and I want to come off as attractive as as possible.
4. I personally wish magazines did not retouch, but it is inevitable that they will. I almost feel like editors having been overdoing it recently, but maybe that is only because I'm noticing it more nowadays. Some ads look SO obviously retouched, that it makes me sick. I absolutely think that it has a negative impact on young women. When it comes to body images, I
can honestly say that retouching in magazines has had a negative impact on me personally. I have been comparing my body to Victoria's Secret models for years already!.. Even though I KNOW they're retouched. It's a very sick and disgusting cycle. It breaks my heart to know that other young girls torture themselves this way, but it is inevitable.

Maggie Gineva , 18-years-old, student

1. Yes. Many of today’s magazine covers and the models displayed on them are not the true representation of who those women are.

2. I do believe that the majority of pictures that appear in magazine of models and celebrities are retouched simply for the fact that they look too perfect for the photo to be a true portrayal. I would say that about 1 out of 2 photos that we see in magazines have been, in one way or another, retouched.

3. Everyone strives for perfection, and if I had the opportunity to have my photos retouched I wouldn’t pass the chance up. Retouching fully transforms the person and I would be curious to see what my face may be made to look like if it were to appear on a spread for the public to see.

4. Retouching is a widely used tool for perfecting the look of today’s women. Every magazine cover and every advertisement or model/celebrity spread within it has a photo that has been retouched. The pictures that we see in magazines, although they may claim to be portraying the woman in her natural state have, in some way, tempered with the natural beauty of the person in the photo. Retouching gives us a false view of what women really look like, and build insecurities in today’s women. From a young age, girls have begun to use photos from magazines as guidelines and even some of the women as role models of what they must to look like in order to fit into society. Due to retouching, dangerous levels have been reached in order to strive for perfection and young girls and women are continuing to suffer from the pressure put on them by society to look like the models we see on magazine covers.

Sarah Petrella, 23-years-old, actress 

1. Yes Retouching is not just airbrushing but basically a "finish" on photos. Adjusting them to make them look however you want them to look.
2. I would say 100% of all models and celebrities that appear in magazines are in some way retouched.
3. As an actor yes I get my professional photos retouched but it is important not to retouch them too much for this purpose. It needs to look like you but the "best" you. I would never just get any old photo of me retouched to put on facebook. Retouching is also very expensive.
4. I think from having friends that are photographers that use retouching, I think it’s a really great art. It’s not easy to be able to be great at retouching and it can make for the most beautiful photographs artistically that you have ever seen. For example I have seen him retouch a dancer’s photo for dance magazine. He modified the background to make it look tropical and he tightened her legs a TOUCH just to make them look a tiny bit straighter. He also shrunk her waist a nudge and fixed some hairs that were in wrong places. I think retouching shouldn't have a negative impact on young women because yes all those models in those magazines ARE really that thin.

How Lady Gaga Captured America's Queer Imagination

How Lady Gaga Captured America's Queer Imagination

by Jeremy O. Harris @ VICE

For gay men, Chris Moukarbel's new documentary about Mother Monster triggers strong emotions and memories about growing up with Gaga.

The Deodorant that Makes Men Grow Breasts and Linked to Cancers of the Prostate and Liver

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Owned by Unilever, the Axe brand includes a range of men’s grooming products with many of the ingredients never even tested for safety according to the C.I.R. – Cosmetic Ingredient Review. Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals Axe products are loaded with endocrine disrupting… Continue Reading

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How I turned a healthy habit I dreaded into a part of my weekly routine

How I turned a healthy habit I dreaded into a part of my weekly routine

by The Muse @ USA TODAY College

You can do it. Filed under: CAMPUS LIFE Tagged: better choices, fitness, health, healthy habits, lifestyle

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Anthropologists need to address the Google memo on its merits. Again.

by Rex @ Savage Minds

When Google engineer James Damore wrote his now-infamous memo about how woman are naturally unsuited to work at Google, anthropologists everywhere groaned inwardly. Our discipline’s lot in life is tragic. After about a century of research, we have a pretty good understanding of how human beings work. And yet, our findings run counter to what … Continue reading Anthropologists need to address the Google memo on its merits. Again.

“If brands do decide to address gays, they don’t include lesbians”

by aufeminin @ Womenology

A meeting with Amandine Miguel, spokesperson for Inter LGBT, head of Lesbian Visibility What do you think of gay marketing (brands who particularly target the homosexual community)? Firstly, it is wrong to think that the “gay marketing” label includes all …

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The Path of Climate Change

by Courtney Cecale @ Savage Minds

In the 1980s the Pastoruri glacier was one of the greatest adventure tourism destinations in South America. Over 100,000 people visited the glacier annually to mountaineer, ski, and enjoy spending time on one of the most accessible glaciers over 17,000’. But since 1995, Pastoruri has lost more than 50% of its mass, transforming the icy … Continue reading The Path of Climate Change

4 Lessons Learned From Drinking Apple Cider Vinegar With Every Meal

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Apple Cider vinegar has been used for Medicinal purposes for at least 12,000 years, in Assyria Babylon, used by the Egyptians and it was used by the Greeks 2,400 years ago. Apple cider vinegar is fermented juice from crushed apples.… Continue Reading

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Beauty and sensuality are significant assets in the job market

by aufeminin @ Womenology

For some decades, studies have shown that people who are considered to be physically beautiful are at an advantage in a number of areas, both private and professional. Three recent books confirm this trend by showing that beauty has become …

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Freedom Isn't Free

Freedom Isn't Free

by Kari Arns @ Blog · CMBell

And today, on this holiday, we pause to reflect on the wise and courageous words found in our Declaration of Independence.

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776.

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America,

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.—That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, —That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness. Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shown, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.—Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. The history of the present King of Great Britain is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.

He has refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.He has forbidden his Governors to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till his Assent should be obtained; and when so suspended, he has utterly neglected to attend to them. He has refused to pass other Laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of Representation in the Legislature, a right inestimable to them and formidable to tyrants only. He has called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public Records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with his measures. He has dissolved Representative Houses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness his invasions on the rights of the people. He has refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the Legislative powers, incapable of Annihilation, have returned to the People at large for their exercise; the State remaining in the mean time exposed to all the dangers of invasion from without, and convulsions within.He has endeavored to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their migrations hither, and raising the conditions of new Appropriations of Lands.He has obstructed the Administration of Justice, by refusing his Assent to Laws for establishing Judiciary powers. He has made Judges dependent on his Will alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.He has erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harass our people, and eat out their substance. He has kept among us, in times of peace, Standing Armies without the Consent of our legislatures.He has affected to render the Military independent of and superior to the Civil power.He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his Assent to their Acts of pretended Legislation: For Quartering large bodies of armed troops among us: For protecting them, by a mock Trial, from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States: For cutting off our Trade with all parts of the world:For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent: For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury: For transporting us beyond Seas to be tried for pretended offences

For abolishing the free System of English Laws in a neighboring Province, establishing therein an Arbitrary government, and enlarging its Boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these Colonies: For taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable Laws, and altering fundamentally the Forms of our Governments: For suspending our own Legislatures, and declaring themselves invested with power to legislate for us in all cases what soever. He has abdicated Government here, by declaring us out of his Protection and waging War against us. He has plundered our seas, ravaged our Coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people. He is at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to complete the works of death, desolation and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of Cruelty & perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the Head of a civilized nation. He has constrained our fellow Citizens taken Captive on the high Seas to bear Arms against their Country, to become the executioners of their friends and Brethren, or to fall themselves by their Hands. He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavored to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages, whose known rule of war fare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.

In every stage of these Oppressions We have Petitioned for Redress in the most humble terms: Our repeated Petitions have been answered only by repeated injury. A Prince whose character is thus marked by every act which may define a Tyrant, is unfit to be the ruler of a free people.

Nor have We been wanting in attentions to our British brethren. We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. We have reminded them of the circumstances of our emigration and settlement here. We have appealed to their native justice and magnanimity, and we have conjured them by the ties of our common kindred to disavow these usurpations, which, would inevitably interrupt our connections and correspondence. They too have been deaf to the voice of justice and of consanguinity. We must, therefore, acquiesce in the necessity, which denounces our Separation, and hold them, as we hold the rest of mankind, Enemies in War, in Peace Friends.

We, therefore, the Representatives of the united States of America, in General Congress, Assembled, appealing to the Supreme Judge of the world for the rectitude of our intentions, do, in the Name, and by Authority of the good People of these Colonies, solemnly publish and declare, That these United Colonies are, and of Right ought to be Free and Independent States; that they are Absolved from all Allegiance to the British Crown, and that all political connection between them and the State of Great Britain, is and ought to be totally dissolved; and that as Free and Independent States, they have full Power to levy War, conclude Peace, contract Alliances, establish Commerce, and to do all other Acts and Things which Independent States may of right do. And for the support of this Declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor.

Source: www.archives.gov/exhibits/charters/declaration

iPhone 8 Plus Has the Best Smartphone Camera Ever, DxOMark Says

by Michael Zhang @ PetaPixel

The new iPhone 8 Plus has the best smartphone camera ever. That’s the conclusion DxOMark came to after the camera testing lab went hands-on with the new Apple smartphone. With a record score of 94, it’s now the clear leader in the market. “The Apple iPhone 8 Plus has a main camera system truly worthy […]

Canon’s New ‘Virtual Camera’ Tech is Something Straight Out of Sci-Fi

by Michael Zhang @ PetaPixel

Intel isn’t the only one working on sci-fi-style virtual camera systems for things like sporting events. Canon just announced that it’s developing a new “Free Viewpoint” virtual camera system that will let you virtually move around inside a recorded event. When deployed at a sports stadium or arena, the technology would allow a “virtual camera” […]

How colleges in the Southeast are prepping for Hurricane Irma

How colleges in the Southeast are prepping for Hurricane Irma

by Susannah Hutcheson @ USA TODAY College

From the UF to SCAD, here’s how schools on the coast are battening down the hatches.Filed under: BREAKING NEWS, CAMPUS BEAT (...)

Commentaires sur Lighter options, the true stars of women’s kitchen cupboards par Horak

by Horak @ Commentaires pour Womenology

Votre analyse est très réaliste, j'ajouterai que les hommes sont aussi aujourd'hui la cible des marques, car eux aussi adhèrent de plus en plus à une attitude similaire ; zéro coca est adressé aux hommes avec un packaging noir qui se voudrait plus" viril" et ainsi compréhensible pour un consommateur masculin, ne voulant inconsciemment ne pa s'assimiler au "light" ciblé et dans les moeurs associé aux femmes. Cet élargissement des gammes de produits va plus loin, la santé devient un soucis des marques exploité d'une manière incroyable, les produits bio sous célophane...les produits facilitant le transit ( bifidus et autres, sans sel à x% pour le cholesthérol etc.. Le consommateur est noyé par une myriade de profuits alimentaires qui prodiguent des messages de santé qui peuvent être malheureusement faussés comme vous le mentionnez, le chocolat sans sucre ne stipule pas que les glucides sont remplacés par des lipides! A quand un contrôle nutritionniste averti, mettrait en garde, ou exigerait une information plus limpide ?

DIY Peppermint Shower Soothers To Strengthen Your Immune System

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

It’s hard to stay healthy this time of year. We all try to eat right, exercise and take our supplements but sometimes we still catch a nasty bug. With all the responsibilities we have these days, we can’t just stay… Continue Reading

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Need some inspo for what to do with your beautiful monthly Birchbox? Watch to see three unexpected ways you can upcycle them. Show us how you how you use ‘em or if you recreate one of our upcycle ideas by sharing a picture with the hashtag #BirchboxDIY. JOIN BIRCHBOX: http://birch.ly/1OLLiDr INSTAGRAM: http://birch.ly/1QLyByU FACEBOOK: http://birch.ly/1QlUGhX by Birchbox

Volkswagen Arteon as sensed by blind photographer Pete Eckert

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Volkswagen is promoting the new Arteon 4-door fastback with an advertising campaign featuring blind photographer Pete Eckart. At the centre of the campaign is an inspiring mini documentary exploring Eckert’s unique creative vision. Pete Eckert trained in sculpture and industrial design before becoming blind through retinitis pigmentosa, an eye disease in which the back wall […]

Growing Up With A Fat Phobic Mother

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

I knew that my mam thought she was fat, and she was half my size. I knew she believed fat was unattractive, and I was fat.

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The Lego Movie isn't a great film, it's a brilliant commercial  | Noah Kristula-Green

The Lego Movie isn't a great film, it's a brilliant commercial | Noah Kristula-Green


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Noah Kristula-Green for The American Conservative: The Lego Movie should get a Cannes Lion Grand Prix for advertising. It sells the magic of plastic that can link generations

You’ve been lied to: Your Depression is Not Caused by Chemical Imbalance. It’s an Allergic Reaction to Inflammation.

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Did you know that antidepressant drugs represent a $10 billion dollar market in the U.S. alone? These drugs are based on the chemical imbalance theory presuming that low serotonin levels can cause anxiety and depressive disorders.  However, the chemical imbalance… Continue Reading

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It’s generally mothers who teach their daughters how to cook – and in doing so strongly influence their eating patterns, even as adults

by aufeminin @ Womenology

A qualitative study led by CREDOC in March 2004, on 26 mother-daughter duos, confirms that the majority of the time, mothers are the ones who introduce their daughters to cooking and to flavours. What’s less intuitive, however, is that these …

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Blog Post Case in Study: Dove Campaign for “Real Beauty”

Blog Post Case in Study: Dove Campaign for “Real Beauty”


Media Ethics in the Afternoon

Mary Sansone What I think is wonderful about the Dove “Real Beauty” campaign is the fact they truly go out of their way to show their customers real women by reminding us that no one looks like the…

How Norway Changed Chris Burkard’s Approach to Photography

by Jayphen Simpson @ PetaPixel

In this beautiful short film by filmmaker Vincent Urban, photographer Chris Burkard tells the story of how after growing weary of surf photography in crowded cities he sought solitude, adventure, and beauty in remote places. He found it in Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Chris Burkard, one of Instagram’s most popular photographers (he has 2.8 million followers), […]

How it all started ...

by noreply@blogger.com (Desi) @ RETOUCHING: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY


The idea about this blog was born just a week ago .  I am a student in Hunter College, New York majoring in Media Studies. This current semester (Fall 2010) I am enrolled in a class that explores the relationship between women and the Media.  For my final project I originally thought to write an article about retouching and the impact that it has on young women.  This topic is very personal to me and I will explain why later on. Over the past month I have been doing research on retouching and particularly the impact that it has on young women. I interviewed many people-young women and men from different backgrounds, professional retouchers, and people involved in the fashion industry. At the end I had all the information gathered together and I started working on my article.The main purpose of my project is not to convince the public how bad retouching is but to find solutions to the problem. Although the article that I wrote is suggesting several solutions, I did not feel that it is strong enough.  I was going over it trying to make corrections, trying to make it better.  Regardless of the changes that I made it still did not feel right, it did not express me. Are you familiar with that feeling when you go to a bakery and you try to choose from all the amazing pastries that are displayed? Ohhhh it is so hard to make a choice isn’t it? At the end we want to play safe and go for the plain croissant. Once you buy it and start eating it you regret that you did not get the chocolate croissant or the cheese Danish. It is o.k. but it is still plain croissant after all. Well that’s how I felt about my article…It was good, but it did not have a twist.  And then after one sleepless night the idea of a Blog came up to my mind. I realized that if I create a Blog, more people will have access to it and will be able to share their opinions on the topic, as well as send their message to all young women who feel insecure. I hope that all of you who read that will take a minute of your time and read some my posts. Let us all work in a team and create a better environment for all the teenagers struggling to find their REAL self.  

Peer Review Boycott: Say No to Political Censorship

by Carole McGranahan @ Savage Minds

By: Charlene Makley and Carole McGranahan Would you peer review manuscripts for a journal or press that politically censors its content? If your answer is no, then please join us in making your statement public by signing this petition. Why the need for what seems like such an obvious defense of academic freedom? Several weeks … Continue reading Peer Review Boycott: Say No to Political Censorship

Women in music videos: press pause on female stereotypes

Women in music videos: press pause on female stereotypes


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Help your child challenge the “perfect” body shape and stereotypes of women they see in music videos—and boost their body confidence in the process.

Using Barn Doors to Control Harsh Light For Portraits | How I Shot It

by Brittany Smith @ SLR Lounge

Harsh light is back in popularity, and barn doors are a great way to control it for portraits and headshots.

Eat Ginger for a Month, and These 10 Things Can Happen to Your Body

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Ginger is a spice that has been used for centuries both for its distinctive flavor and medicinal properties as well. Modern scientific research has revealed that ginger possesses numerous therapeutic properties. Ginger has a long history of use for relieving… Continue Reading

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Why Dove's "Real" Beauty Campaign is a Load of Crap

Why Dove's "Real" Beauty Campaign is a Load of Crap


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A father began a petition asking Dove to fess up to their Photoshopping. Request? Denied.

Pete Turner, Color Photography Icon, Dies at 83

by Michael Zhang @ PetaPixel

Pete Turner, the American photographer who’s recognized as one of the first masters of color photography, has died. He was 83. The New York Times reports that Turner passed away from cancer at his home on Long Island, New York, on September 18th. In 2000, Photo District News magazine readers and website visitors voted Turner […]

What the Future of Feminism Holds (Or What It Needs to Hold)

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

At the core of feminism is a desire to have the same rights and opportunities as men. However, modern issues such as those surrounding the existence of white feminism are hindering feminism’s goal and dividing us.

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Top Ten Things to Do in Colorado

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

I absolutely love my home state of Colorado and I think that if you’ve never been to the Centennial State, you should make an effort to stop by sometime. Living here my entire life, I would say that I’m comfortable giving suggestions on what you should come do. 10. The Cherry Creek Mall. The Cherry … Continue reading Top Ten Things to Do in Colorado

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by atk5149 @ Aaron Kreider Blog RCL

Exigency: This elephant is disappearing right before your eyes. It represents the population of all elephants in the world and we need to act in order to make sure these elephants are sustained. I feel this advertisement does a very good job. The elephant even looks pained and panicked as it struggles to stay afoot. […]

What you can REALLY do with an anthropology degree

by Rex @ Savage Minds

The Brooking Institute’s Hamilton Project (because after Hamilton everything has to be named after Hamilton) has a new website examining the relationship between career path and college major — in other words, it shows you what people who major in one field do for a living. The site and its accompanying interactive data visualizer and reports affirms … Continue reading What you can REALLY do with an anthropology degree

Why retouching is a very personal topic

by noreply@blogger.com (Desi) @ RETOUCHING: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY


I was born and raised in Bulgaria. The city that I come from is relatively small. Growing up as a teenager in Bulgaria, I was not exposed to many teen or fashion magazines. Most of the magazines back then were expensive so my parents were not able to afford giving me money for magazines every single week. And to be honest there were not that many fashion magazines published in Bulgaria, back then.  The aftermath of communism still existed. I remember seeing once in the store a version of Italian Vogue. For some reason it was wrapped in plastics and I could not even take a look inside. Of course I have seen images of models and celebrities, mostly on TV though or in some newspapers.  In my free time I used to read a book, go biking or just hang out with friends.
In 2004, I decided to come to the United States and continue my education here. I was 18- years –old back then. I decided to come to New York because I have been always interested in different cultures. After all, New York is one of the most diverse cities in the world. And here I was…several months after graduating high school I was ready to face the challenges that the big city offers.
I was dazzled by the skyscrapers, the shiny stores and the fashion around me . It was all new to me and I wanted to explore it all.  I remember the first time that I went to Time Square … I fell in love with all the billboards depicting gorgeous models. Then I “discovered “the fashion magazines, and simply got obsessed. I was in love with Elle, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, but my favorite of them all was Vogue. I remember looking at the photos in these magazines for hours, admiring the gorgeous women depicted. I was buying a dream and most importantly wanted to be part of the dream. As a result I started being obsessed with the way I look. I was spending crazy amount of money on all different beauty products, personal trainer, and clothing. My goal was to achieve perfection. Unfortunately, this obsession had negative impact on my life. As a result I was not performing well in school and had to skip one semester. It also had a great impact on my relationships with men because I was always feeling insecure.
 Three years ago I started internship in a company specializing in retouching. I have heard about retouching before I started working in the institution but was not familiar how it works. I am very thankful that I had the opportunity to explore to what extend the images that we see in magazines are retouched. It was a wakeup call! I realized that I was missing my real self. I was trying to look like one of these women on the commercials without realizing that it is actually IMPOSIBLE. These women do not exist. 99.9 % of the images that we see are artificially created.  Magazines are selling a dream. It is good to look at the dream. However, do not try to be part of it because it is unhealthy and the image that you want to achieve is unattainable.

Baking Soda Shampoo: It Will Make Your Hair Grow Like It Is Magic

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Have you ever read the ingredient list of your shampoo or conditioner? If you haven’t, then let me tell you this: it’s scary.  There are over 12 toxic ingredients to avoid in shampoo and conditioner, mainly because they have been… Continue Reading

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10 Years After Dove's 'Real Beauty' Campaign, More Brands Fight for Real Women

10 Years After Dove's 'Real Beauty' Campaign, More Brands Fight for Real Women


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It's been 10 years since Dove launched its “Campaign for Real Beauty”—a stark series of ads that were radical and simple in equal measure—featuring lovely, normal-sized women who didn’t need Photoshop to look radiant. The ads, which ran in 2004 and 2005, lacked any screed about the pressures that come with being a woman in a visual culture that’s awash in creatively lit, digitally manipulated images of dangerously thin models. The folks behind the campaign simply let us feel our own shock at seeing women with normal curves and natural faces being celebrated for their beauty in a national advertisement. Dove didn't stop there. The soap maker added rocket fuel to the conversation in 2006, when its time-lapse "Evolution" video went viral. The movement to expose marketers' use of trickery to convince us that we're failing if we don't have flawless skin and breathtaking bodies was here to stay. Significant progress has been made since Dove's campaign: The American public, the blogosphere, and the Twitterverse now routinely call out magazine publishers and marketers for digitally altering images of girls and women to shrink their bodies, smooth their faces, and otherwise morph them to fit an unrealistic, narrow ideal of beauty. The pace is quickening. In just the past few months, there's been even more progress and a few moments that drove the dialogue forward. 1. The more bare skin a campaign flaunts, the more Photoshop it typically gets. But American Eagle says its new campaign for the Aerie line of lingerie will not use any altered images of models. Instead, “real” girls and women can upload unretouched photos of themselves to a photo gallery. Sure, it’s pretty screwed up that selling underwear using real photos of gorgeous, skinny young girls (instead of digitally improved gorgeous, skinny young girls) is seen as groundbreaking. But moving away from the idealized versions of women who don't exist is a footstep Dove took, and the clothier is now following its lead. “It’s great that we’re beginning to break that down,” said Heather Arnet, executive director of the Women & Girls Foundation, of the fakeries that line the glossies. 2. Forever Yours Lingerie didn't stop working with model Elly Mayday when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer last year. It featured beautiful shots of her with surgical scars unhidden and no wig or digital fakery to hide the baldness that resulted from her cancer treatment. Rather than looking like something’s missing, Mayday’s baldness comes across as strong and sexy. It’s empowering for the rest of us to see a woman outside the beauty mold we’ve been sold for so long—and to find ourselves aspiring to emulate her sexy confidence and appeal. (Forever Yours also gets points for raising money toward Mayday’s medical expenses.) 3. A new time-lapse video released by Hungarian pop star Boggie shows her singing a pop song called “Nouveau Parfum” while being Photoshopped, a fresh take on Dove's "Evolution" that's amplified by the resigned expression on her face. As the song unfolds, pieces of her disappear and are overwritten: Boggie’s eyes, like everyone else’s, aren’t exactly symmetrical. So one is deleted, then replaced by an exact copy of the other. Not a single square inch of her face or hair is left untouched. 4. Earlier last month during the Golden Globes, actor Diane Keaton took the stage to honor Woody Allen, her tousled hair and menswear-chic outfit reminding us of the trend she set when Annie Hall hit theaters in 1977. It was also clear on high-definition screens across America that at 68, she's got (oh, the horror!) lots of lines on her gorgeous face. When her speech ended, the network cut to a commercial break featuring Keaton selling L'Oréal cosmetics without a line on her digitally enhanced face, seemingly sporting the skin of a 25-year-old. Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook quickly lit up with scorn. That social media response is valuable, Arnet says, because younger women and girls are active on Instagram and Twitter and are participating in those conversations. 5. Former Cosmopolitan editor Leah Hardy drew attention for admitting that during her tenure the magazine routinely Photoshopped out the protruding bones of super skinny models to keep readers from seeing how emaciated the models really were. Since that admission surfaced, before-and-after comparisons of bone-thin models and their healthier-looking altered images have been popping up around the Web. Apparently the world’s top fashion magazines, despite the huge budgets at their disposal, cannot find a single woman on the planet who isn’t either too thin or too fat for their liking. It’s further reinforcement of the conclusion we’d love to share with every tween girl who’s just beginning to notice her appearance: The elusive “perfection” that every cosmetic company and clothing retailer is trying to sell you does not exist. 6. Mindy Kaling might not have minded, but many other people did: When Elle magazine published covers for its February 2014 issue featuring Kaling, readers and pundits immediately questioned why Kaling's cover was a black-and-white close-up rather than the full-color, full-body shots of the other (skinnier and more "conventionally" beautiful) actors. That's the key: We've begun to make a habit of questioning how women are depicted and what tools are being used to change or edit their appearance for public consumption. Yes, the visual landscape is still awash with altered images, surgically altered models, and the pressure to be thinner, younger, and closer to the narrow beauty ideal that so much marketing pushes on us. Marketers aren’t going to stop selling us

Pacific Islanders will pay the price for Trump and Kim’s nuclear escalation

by Rex @ Savage Minds

Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un’s war of words is threatening to become a real nuclear war as North Korea has announced that it is seriously considering attacking Guam. This reckless escalation of tension is profoundly frightening to everyone. But one group who will suffer from this potential attack has not gotten enough attention: Indigenous Chamorro … Continue reading Pacific Islanders will pay the price for Trump and Kim’s nuclear escalation

You Aren’t Lazy — You’re Just Terrified: On Paralysis And Perfectionism

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

By Jenni Berrett; cross-posted with permission from Ravishly I have been writing this article in my head for three weeks. Every time I sat down to type out the words, I…

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Animation

Animation

by @ Lessons Blog


You will be making two animated movies.
The first will be a short looping animation;
the next will be a 10-20 second animated story with sound.

PROJECT 1: ROTOSCOPE ANIMATION

Using the Wacom drawing tablet and video you take on your iPad or phone camera, rotoscope an animated scene of interacting people.

Include an environment and make this in full color.

1. Create a New Animation Document
• File – New
• Name: rotoscope yourlastname.psd
• Preset: Film & Video
• Size: HDV/HDTV 720p/29.97
• Width: 1280 pixels
• Height: 720 pixels
• Resolution: 72 pixels/inch
• Color Mode: RGB
• Background Contents: White

2. Set Up the Background and Other Layers
Your background, and anything that will be moving, should be on separate layers. Some of those layers should be in groups (for instance, a background group that includes layers of sky, ground, buildings, trees, etc.

In Layers Palette:
• New Group
• New Layer(s) (within each group)

3. Arrange the parts for the first image (frame) of your animation

4. Save the First Frame
• File – Save for Web & Devices
• Preset – JPEG High
• Save
• New Folder: animation frames yourlastname
• Save into that folder as Name: 001.jpg (then 002.jpg for the next one, then 003.jpg., etc.)

5. Save Each Individual Frame
After saving each frame, go back to the PSD document and move the different “items” (layers, drawings, etc.), then save the next frame.

6. String these frames (jpgs) together into an animation by reimporting them into Photoshop:

Go to: File -- Scripts -- Load Files into Stack
Go to: Window -- Animation
(a horizontal palette for your animation sequence will open
at the bottom of your screen)
Click on the top right of your animation palette,
then select Make Frames from Layers
Select all the frames,
then click again on the top right of your animation palette,
and select Reverse.
Play the animation

1. File -- Export -- Render Video
Save as a Quicktime Movie



























PROJECT 2: ANIMATED STORY WITH SOUND

Create an animated story that is 20 - 30 seconds in length, has some resolution to the story (an “ending”), and has a soundtrack (music, dialogue, and/or sound effects).

Criteria for Completion:
• Deep environment -- multiple layers
• Individual frames look great as art --Detail, texture, lighting effects, shadows
• Well drawn characters
• MANY moving parts
• A story with a beginning, middle and end (a RESOLUTION -- makes sense that the story ends where it does)
• 20 - 30 seconds = approx. 300 frames
• Addition of music, dialogue and/or sound effects

1. Create a New Animation Document
• File – New
• Name: animation yourlastname.psd
• Preset: Film & Video
• Size: HDV/HDTV 720p/29.97
• Width: 1280 pixels
• Height: 720 pixels
• Resolution: 72 pixels/inch
• Color Mode: RGB
• Background Contents: White

2. Set Up the Background and Other Layers
Your background should be on separate layers. Create layer groups (for instance, a background group that includes layers of sky, ground, buildings, trees, etc.

In Layers Palette:
• New Group
• New Layer(s) (within each group)

3. Create multiple layer groups, each with multiple layers that will comprise the moving parts of your animation. In other words, a layer group labeled “MAN 1” might have a number of layers titled “right arm”, “left arm”, “right leg”, “torso”, “eyelid”, etc.

1. Follow the same process that you did for the first animation

5. Once exported as a rendered video (.mov file), import into iMovie to edit (crops, pans), add a soundtrack, and add additional effects.

Did You Know: Bees

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Funny story, so I was walking Marty and Boo this past week a little after dinner and we passed these flower bushes we always pass by toward the end of our long walk and all of the sudden, something flew at my face. I immediately closed my eyes, thinking that whatever it was flew into … Continue reading Did You Know: Bees

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Remembering the Mexican Revolution with Aunt Julia

by Matt Thompson @ Savage Minds

Growing up in Austin, Texas, Diez y Seis — Mexican Independence Day — always seemed to hold an official, albeit minor, status in the state capitol. This was not a holiday that we observed in my family in any formal capacity. Much like Cinco de Mayo we might find ourselves at a Mexican restaurant that … Continue reading Remembering the Mexican Revolution with Aunt Julia

Robert Lowie just destroyed A.R. Radcliffe-Brown in one must-see letter

by Rex @ Savage Minds

When it comes to Internet Drama, nothing beats the paper letter. Anthropology’s founders did not lead isolated lives. “American cultural anthropology” corresponded with “British social anthropology” and the “Année Sociologique” all the time. I’ve blogged before about Marcel Mauss talking trash about Malinowski with Radcliffe-Brown. But for pure in-your face, the winner has got to … Continue reading Robert Lowie just destroyed A.R. Radcliffe-Brown in one must-see letter

Dove Vectors, Photos and PSD files | Free Download

Dove Vectors, Photos and PSD files | Free Download


Freepik

More than a million free vectors, PSD, photos and free icons. Exclusive freebies and all graphic resources that you need for your projects

Squarespace Calling John Malkovich

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Squarespace commercial “Calling John Malkovich” is one of the nominations for Most Outstanding Commercial at this year’s Emmy Awards. The Super Bowl commercial is a continuation of the Squarespace campaign in which John Malkovich sets out to establish an online fashion design business. Things get tricky when he discovers that a namesake has already got […]

Assignment 3

by atk5149 @ Aaron Kreider Blog RCL

(Most dialogue has been added to Part 1 and Part 2. I have also included Part 3, although no dialogue is contained.) “Are you sure we’re allowed to do this?” I asked. “Yes! I asked my dad, we’re allowed,” Tristan responded. “He yelled at us last time,” “No, he changed his mind,” Tristan assured me. […]

3 Examples of Faux Feminist Men That We’re Not Cool With

by Cheryl Lopez @ Adios Barbie

Society’s tendency to overvalue men’s opinions over women’s needs to stop because it gives men the power to redefine OUR movement.

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Figure out your skin’s undertone with our helpful tips and...

by @ Birchbox



Figure out your skin’s undertone with our helpful tips and tricks. You’ll be one step closer to finding your perfect foundation shade. Ever swipe on a lipstick to find that your complexion looks oh-so radiant, while a similar color leaves your skin looking sallow or lackluster? Chances are, the first color complimented your skin’s undertone and the second didn’t. Not quite sure what your undertone is? You’re not alone: it’s one of the most frequent questions we get at Birchbox, and even our team has been stumped in the past. Read on and watch our video for a quick and easy guide to understanding them. What is an Undertone? An undertone is the tone that peeks through your skin from beneath the surface: warm, cool, or neutral. A warm undertone generally gives skin a yellow, peachy, or golden tone. In contrast, cool undertones can be bluish, pinkish, or ruddy. Keep in mind, this is not the same as your skin tone. No matter how fair or deep your complexion is you can have a cool, warm, or neutral undertone. Why It’s Important to Know Yours Finding your perfect shade of foundation, lipstick, and even hair color can be a seriously difficult task. This is where knowing your undertone can help you figure out which hues work best for you. While some brands like Estèe Lauder and M·A·C Cosmetics label their foundations as warm (w), cool ©, and neutral (n), that’s not always the case. Generally, foundations that have a cool undertone have a slight pink tint to them, whereas ones with a warm undertone lean a bit more yellow or golden. Knowing your undertone can also help you find your perfect shade of lipstick. If your skin’s undertone is on the cooler side, opt for lipstick hues that have a blue or deep-purple undertone.If your skin leans warmer, opt for shades that have an orange or yellow base. When finding your most flattering hair color, it’s all about complementing your skin’s undertone. As a general rule of thumb, cooler complexions work best with warmer hair hues— think beige, caramel, honey and espresso. Those that have a warm tone in their skin should try shades with an ashier undertone, like icy blonde, chestnut, and licorice. JOIN BIRCHBOX: http://birch.ly/1OLLiDr INSTAGRAM: http://birch.ly/1QLyByU FACEBOOK: http://birch.ly/1QlUGhX by Birchbox

Avoid Scales, Not Doctors

by Cara Getches @ Adios Barbie

When I was struggling with an eating disorder, so much of my life was structured around my next weigh-in.

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Yes, women watch X-rated movies too

by aufeminin @ Womenology

In the 1970’s, pornographic movies were broadcasted without restraint in cinemas; however, with the introduction of the Giscard law in 1975, the general view began to change towards these erotic productions. By 1990, almost all pornographic cinema halls had disappeared, …

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Zach Sutton Rapid Interview | Pigeons, Portraits, & The Best Canon Glass

by Kishore Sawh @ SLR Lounge

Zach Sutton dishes on his favorite lenses, the best move he made in photography, and his best advice for you.

Dad Jokes with a purpose

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

HHS’ Administration for Children and Families (ACF), along with the National Responsible Fatherhood Clearinghouse, has launched a new series of public service advertisements (PSAs) recognizing the critical role fathers play in the lives of their children. The public service campaign created by the non-profit Ad Council coincides with Tell a Joke Day and centers on […]

A Trip to Water World

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Tons of sunscreen. Crazy kids. The smell of deep-fried twinkies. And of course a whole lot of water. Today, I went to Water World and my family and I had an absolute ball. Here’s how it went. I had to work in the morning and as soon as I got off, my family and I … Continue reading A Trip to Water World

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5 Ways to Change the Color of Anything in Photoshop

by Jayphen Simpson @ PetaPixel

Changing the color of an object using Photoshop is a typical use case for the software, and there are many ways to do it. This 20-minute video from Nathaniel Dodson of tutvid that examines 5 separate ways to re-color or add color to objects. The first tool you may reach for is the Hue/Saturation adjustment layer, […]

Domestic home help services, a precious aid for women

by aufeminin @ Womenology

Used more and more by active women to avoid being overwhelmed with household chores, domestic home help services are an excellent way of offloading certain obligations… for a relatively inexpensive price. Particularly interesting from a financial point of view due …

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Media Literacy and Body Confidence: Is One Lesson Enough? - Adios Barbie

Media Literacy and Body Confidence: Is One Lesson Enough? - Adios Barbie


Adios Barbie

By Valerie Martin This past year, as part of my graduate social work internship I conducted student counseling in a local high school, both one-on-one and in groups. For my…

Vogel’s What do you bring

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Goodman Fielder in New Zealand is running “What Do You Bring?”, a new brand platform for the iconic Vogel’s bread, celebrating the uniqueness of Kiwis, and of the bread they love. The idea centres around the true life stories of eight Kiwis that all bring something special to the table. None of them had met […]

DXO To Test Phone Cameras More Seriously | Now Testing Zoom, Bokeh, Low Light Ability

by Wendell Weithers @ SLR Lounge

Are you ready to accept phone cameras as serious tools? Not yet?

Dove Evolution in Campaign For Real Beauty - The Inspiration Room

Dove Evolution in Campaign For Real Beauty - The Inspiration Room


The Inspiration Room

Dove’s Campaign for Real Beauty has gone viral this month with the launch of “Evolution”, a 60 second journey from real beauty to retouched glamour. The Evolution TV ad is appearing on YouTube, MySpace and Google Video, topping viral popularity on lists such as The Viral Chart. The Dove Evolution spot opens with a woman …

RANDI'S MESSAGE TO YOUNG WOMEN

by noreply@blogger.com (Desi) @ RETOUCHING: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY


Randi Coran is the general Manager of ShootDigital, a company that is specializing in retouching. Here is her message to all young women who feel insecure after looking at the images in magazine 

"To young women, who enjoy looking through magazines, watching movies, tuning in each to their favorite shows: the key thing to remember is that it is CREATED entertainment to sell something?  So much work goes into making that fashion spread in VOGUE, in producing a one hour episode of sex in the city.  These are actors and models and are paid to be such.  Media and entertainment are meant to be viewed and enjoyed and to create a fantasy that we all want to believe in to a certain degree.  The key thing is to remember that that you are, what you do and how you act is more important than any photo shoot.  Beauty and stardom can be fleeting.  Confidence in oneself, kindness and success lasts a lifetime"

Why We Have Unrealistic Expectations of Beauty

Why We Have Unrealistic Expectations of Beauty


LA Healthy Living

This short 37-second clip demonstrates just how unrealistic our expectations of beauty have become. Why We Have Unrealistic Expectations of Beauty

Volkswagen Humans Adapt

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Volkswagen France is running “Humains”, a commercial promoting the brand’s environmental credentials. Earlier in the month the French government announced plans to phase out petrol and diesel powered vehicles by 2040. The Volkswagen Humans campaign responds with the promise of adaptation. People have always adapted to their environment, often without realising, whether it be eating […]

Great anthropologists who fought fascism

by Rex @ Savage Minds

Some of you who — unlike me — have not had family members murdered by nazis or had every synagogue in their home town firebombed in the same night may now be learning about antifa for the first time. But although it’s making waves in the media now, antifascist action has a century-long history which includes many … Continue reading Great anthropologists who fought fascism

Situating Knowledge

by Maia @ Savage Minds

As an anthropologist working at the intersection of anthropology and development studies I sometimes undertake work for development organizations. The kind of work I do does not fall into the category of applied anthropology or  the work of cultural translation. Most often  I’m asked to provide, in written form,  a rapid analytical overview of an … Continue reading Situating Knowledge

Dove - Evolution Commercial

Dove - Evolution Commercial

by noreply@blogger.com (Desi) @ RETOUCHING: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

Do you really want this person to be you ? I don't think so...

TIB new draft

by atk5149 @ Aaron Kreider Blog RCL

When I was just 14 years old, my grandmother passed away. The tears I shed at her funeral were among the most recent to kiss my face. I did not cry often, but as I watched her body lower into the hole we had carved from the earth for her I thought only of the […]

Teaching in place: fostering relationality and reciprocity in the classroom in 2017

by Zoe Todd @ Savage Minds

  It’s that time of year when professors like myself are editing, updating, or drafting syllabi for the coming fall semester here in Canada (and as I understand, the fall term is underway for many of my American peers!). As I head into my third year as an anthropology professor in Ottawa, Canada, I’ve been … Continue reading Teaching in place: fostering relationality and reciprocity in the classroom in 2017

4 Companies That Refuse to Photoshop—And Why That Matters For All Genders

4 Companies That Refuse to Photoshop—And Why That Matters For All Genders


Groundswell

Photoshopping is a huge issue for all genders. These 4 companies are fighting back against unrealistic standards—but they can’t do this alone.

The Problem with Dove | THE ILLUSIONISTS

The Problem with Dove | THE ILLUSIONISTS


THE ILLUSIONISTS - a documentary about body image and globalization

The dark side of Dove's Real Beauty Campaign: from its controversial parent company, to the marketing of Dove skin whitening deodorants in India...

Adobe’s 'Dream On' Ad Fetes the Oscars and Photoshop

Adobe’s 'Dream On' Ad Fetes the Oscars and Photoshop


The Next Web

As part of celebrations around the 25th anniversary of Photoshop, Adobe has tipped its hat to the motion picture industry that has increasingly turned to the artistic software package in its productions. On Oscar night, this Sunday Feb. 22, the company is launching an ad campaign called ‘Dream On’ on The Academy Awards broadcast. The TV commercial, created with Adobe’s …

They Said Hydrogen Peroxide Was Great, BUT They Didn’t Tell You THIS!

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Everybody knows about hydrogen peroxide. It’s been a staple in medicine cabinets and first aid kits for generations. Using it to clean and disinfect is a standard part of the drill when dealing with minor cuts and scrapes. As it… Continue Reading

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Commentaires sur The most desired US brands by women … and men par Etude : les femmes et la technologie « Les News du planning

by Etude : les femmes et la technologie « Les News du planning @ Commentaires pour Womenology

[...] La plupart des marques des secteurs concernés n’ont pas perçu ce potentiel de consommation et ont délaissés les femmes dans leurs stratégies. À l’inverse, ceux qui comme Sony ont eu du flair se sont vus récompenser : avec des actions comme « Sony loves Women ! » ou la commercialisation d’une PSP Pink (première console portable conçue pour les femmes), le groupe nippon a réussi à devenir la 2e marque préférée des consommatrices américaines. [...]

I’m Done Trying To “Prove” My Non-Binary Identity

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

Masculinity always felt like a pair of shoes that didn’t fit quite right. Whenever I tried to socialize with other boys in school, I was an alien trying to fit in with humans and failing horribly. Socializing with the girls was easier; I was one of them, but not quite. This feeling grew more doing puberty when I started growing more body hair.

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The Rock x Siri Dominate the Day

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Apple is promoting the latest Siri features with a commercial featuring The Rock, Dwayne Johnson. The commercial, “The Rock x Siri Dominate the Day”, has the actor, producer and professional wrestler using Siri to tick off items on his life long bucket list. In a whirlwind of activity he uses Siri’s connection with FaceTime, email, […]

Dove Canada's Photoshop 'Action' Reverts Airbrushed, Edited Photos (VIDEO)

Dove Canada's Photoshop 'Action' Reverts Airbrushed, Edited Photos (VIDEO)


HuffPost Canada

Dove Canada says it has created a Photoshop Action that reverts edited images back to their original, un-airbrushed state. The local division of the skincare company went black ops recently for its la...

Paying with Our Faces: Apple’s FaceID

by Sally Applin @ Savage Minds

In early September, Apple Computer, Inc. launched their new iPhone and with it, FaceID, software that uses facial-recognition as an authentication for unlocking the iPhone. The mass global deployment of facial-recognition in society is an issue worthy of public debate. Apple, as a private company,  has now chosen to deploy facial-recognition technology to millions of … Continue reading Paying with Our Faces: Apple’s FaceID

What Happens to Your Body When You Use Fitbit

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Most electrical equipment radiates some amount of electromagnetic energy or radio frequency, including your cell phone and other wireless devices. Wearing a fitness tracking device all day on your wrist makes you more susceptible to the dangerous effects of radiation. Dangers… Continue Reading

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Reading, an illustration of the feminisation of cultural practices

by aufeminin @ Womenology

For a long time dismissed from the scholarly world of books – it took them 350 years to enter the Academié Française, as Laure Adler and Stéphane Bollmann remind us in Les femmes qui lisent sont dangereuses (« Women who read …

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This LEGO Instax Camera is 90 Years Old

by Michael Zhang @ PetaPixel

Albertino of Instax Magic created a unique camera that blends the old and the new. Half of it is made of LEGO, and half is a 90-year-old Zeiss-Ikon Trona folding plate camera. The Trona was originally purchased from a camera collector in extremely worn but functioning condition. Albertino could immediately tell the camera had been […]

Artificial Beauty (Midterm Exam)

by @ Lessons Blog


Practicum: Artificial Beauty (Transformation)

Transform a photograph of an everyday person into a more artificially "glamorous" one.


Steps:

1. View the Dove commercial entitled "Evolution": http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hibyAJOSW8U

2. Select from the digitalart network folder a mug shot of a teacher. You can find them in the folder titled “young again!.”

3. Make the person "glamorous" (while still looking like that person) -- younger, thinner, smooth complexion, brighter eyes, no wrinkles, sharper featured, more streamlined

Some suggested tools:
• Paintbrush
• Healing Brush and Spot Healing Brush
• Clone Stamp
• Edit - Transform
• Blur
• Image - Adjustments - Hue/Saturation
• Image - Adjustments - Color Balance

Grading Criteria:
• Technical Proficiency
• Success in making photo more youthful, more glamorous


Commentaires sur Waxing, a social norm that’s been accommodated for half a century par Sissi

by Sissi @ Commentaires pour Womenology

Complètement déprimant ! Un sexe sans poils, c'est la mort définitive de l'érotisme, une sexualité infantile et régressive. Quand je pense que les femmes vont maintenant jusqu'à réclamer l'épilation du sexe aux hommes... l'égalité dans une érotique fade, apeurée et aseptisée, des sexes d'enfants pour tout le monde... Il faut réagir !

Lacoste Women – they’ve got bite

by aufeminin @ Womenology

A polo shirt with an embroidered crocodile. This is the hallmark of the legendary French company Lacoste. Officially born in 1933, the famous shirts adorned with their badge is based on the story of the international tennis champion René Lacoste …

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The Psychology Behind The "Like A Girl" And Nationwide Super Bowl Ads

The Psychology Behind The "Like A Girl" And Nationwide Super Bowl Ads


Popular Science

Do emotional highs and lows help sell products?

The real problem with Dove’s ‘Selfie’ campaign

The real problem with Dove’s ‘Selfie’ campaign


The Daily Dot

Dove unveiled another feel-good ad campaign, this time involving selfies, but the message is deeply disingenuous. 

A Near-IR Photo of the Moon’s Shadow During the Great American Eclipse

by Michael Zhang @ PetaPixel

During the Great American Eclipse, L. Paul Verhage sent up a high-altitude balloon in Eastern Oregon and captured this beautiful photo of the moon’s full shadow passing across the landscape towards the horizon. The camera on the balloon was one that captures near-infrared photos, which offers a different perspective of the scene compared to traditional […]

Target Used Absolutely NO Photoshop in These Swimwear Ads

Target Used Absolutely NO Photoshop in These Swimwear Ads


Teen Vogue

Stretch marks in all their glory.

Three Years Later, Thank You All So Much!

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

This is crazy. I can’t believe I’ve actually kept this up for three years now. Well actually on Wednesday it’ll be three years, but it’s fine. I’ll celebrate today. 😉 I’d just like to give a big hug and thanks to everyone that’s read my blog. Whether you’re just now reading this one or you’ve … Continue reading Three Years Later, Thank You All So Much!

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Resources for Understanding Race After Charlottesville

by Carole McGranahan @ Savage Minds

In this time of fake news and alternative facts coming from the White House as well as some media, what can we as scholars contribute to challenge this? In this time of amplified racist hate and violence, whether it is anti-Black, anti-Muslim, or directed at any group, what can we as scholars contribute to challenge … Continue reading Resources for Understanding Race After Charlottesville

CMBell Company Wins Two More National Awards

by Kari Arns @ Blog · CMBell

Creative work by CMBell and their clients have garnered two Aster Awards: One gold award for an internal communications e-newsletter and one bronze award for an internal advertising campaign (e-letters, videos) for a regional health system...

Dove "Evolution" commercial what program is that?

Dove "Evolution" commercial what program is that?


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What program are they using to do the editing? It looks and feels likePhotoshop... But it is not... So does anyone know? Is it a real post pro...

Taking Care of the Skin I’m In

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Being a teenager, acne and breakouts are common. I deal with a lot of stress and being in sports, I sweat a lot. As a teenager, and I hope that many of you teens out there can relate, but our bodies undergo some pretty big changes in the teen years and our hormones are up … Continue reading Taking Care of the Skin I’m In

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Title Art: Band or Video Game Graphic

by @ Lessons Blog


Due:
Three days

Project Description:
Using the Type Tools and Layer Styles, create a type-based graphic for a band that can be used for a CD cover, a T-shirt, or a button. It should include the band’s name and an album title, and the style and color should be appropriately expressive.

Alternatively, you may create the title-art graphic for a video game. This should include a title and subtitle.

Objectives:
• Experiment with the type tools (horizontal type tool, vertical type tool, type mask tool)
• Experiment with the shape tool
• Experiment with layer styles
• Experiment with filters.
• Rasterize and transform type
• Use all of the above to create heightened visual impact.

Materials:
Adobe Photoshop

Parameters:
Format as follows:
• Width: 10 inches
• Height: 7.5 inches
• Resolution: 300 pixels/inch (Important: A lower resolution will result in a printed image of poorer quality.)
• Color Mode: RGB
If you would like to work beyond these limitations (for example: work larger than letter-size) consult Mr. Ratkevich.

Grading Criteria:
• Work Habits
• Skill with all the tools and methods listed above (type tools, layer styles, rasterize, transform)
• Experimentation / Exploration
• Design / Visual Impact


We Are America – Love has no labels

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

The Ad Council’s “We Are America” commercial, part of the Love has no labels campaign, is one of the nominations for Most Outstanding Commercial at this year’s Emmy Awards. Launched for Independence Day 2016, the We Are America ad featured American professional wrestler, rapper, actor and reality television show host John Cena reflecting on patriotism […]

Custom Video Packages to Grow Your Business

Custom Video Packages to Grow Your Business

by Kari Arns @ Blog · CMBell

Video is more likely to be viewed and remembered than all other media. It’s powerful, easy to share, mobile-friendly, and suitable for many different types of uses, from in-person events to social media.

We offer several video packages designed to grow your business and build your brand.

Brand-building

Build your brand internally and externally with the most effective tool available: video. This package can take many shapes—from showcasing your produce or service to a CEO message that unpacks the most powerful ideas behind your brand.

Mission, vision and values

Video is exploding as a tool for inspiring employees and customers with your company’s mission, vision or values. And for good reason: As Simon Sinek says, people don't buy what you do, they buy why you do it. Starting with the "why" is the best way to inspire both sales and employee engagement. This video package can feature your own employees, customers or donors talking about what your mission, vision and values mean to them—and brings your aspirations off the shelves and into the lives of real people.

Customer testimonials

Studies show that today’s consumer trusts his or her peers more than they do experts. So parlay this into making your business more successful by showcasing how you’re helping your customers. In this package, we capture a series of customers on-camera sharing their own experiences about why they love your company.

Microdocumentaries

Ads aren’t the only way to engage your customers. Stories that show—rather than tell—what you’re about, why your work matters, and how you’re helping others create a powerful connection with your viewers. This package is ideal for showcasing stories that reveal compelling truths about your business.

Promote a service or product

Opening a new business? Launching a new service? In this video package, we showcase your product or service in ways that compel viewers to buy from you.

Explainers

Need to explain a new service? Help customers get answers to common questions? Create content that establishes you as an online expert? Our explainer video package features whiteboards and similarly styled videos to make complex subjects simple and easy to follow. 

CMBell offers individual custom videos in a wide variety of price points and styles—as well as the packages listed here.

Dove is Real

Dove is Real


POPSUGAR Celebrity

We love a great ad campaign and kudos to Dove for making us ladies feel better about ourselves. Their latest ad shows the evolution of a commercial and proves

Pepsi Light Iconic Moments

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

Pepsi’s “Pepsi Light Iconic Moments” advertising campaign has won Gold at the Clio Awards for print, print technique (art direction and photography) and out of home (billboard). The three advertisements in the Pepsi Light Iconic Moments campaign, targeting young urban people, feature a skateboarder, parkour runner and a breakdancer wearing red, white and blue. Their […]

This Cooking Oil was Created in the Lab and Causes Lung Cancer but Whole Foods Uses it Daily

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Have you ever heard of a Canola seed? You’ve probably heard of Olive and coconut trees, but not Canola right? That’s because it doesn’t exist. Canola oil is not natural oil but the commercial name of a genetically modified version… Continue Reading

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Join Lorelei from Birchbox as she shares your options for the October 2017 sample choices and the monthly curated box. You’ll have the option to customize your box on September 26th if you’re an Ace with early access or September 27th for all subscribers. Your monthly Birchbox options: 1. Let us surprise you! We’ll send you five beauty samples across categories (skincare, hair, and makeup) based on your beauty profile. 2. Choose one of your five samples and the other four will be a surprise. 3. Choose the monthly curated box to know exactly what you’re receiving ahead of time. JOIN BIRCHBOX: http://birch.ly/1OLLiDr INSTAGRAM: http://birch.ly/1QLyByU FACEBOOK: http://birch.ly/1QlUGhX by Birchbox

How to Hit a Slice Shot in Tennis

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

In the tennis world, we have a variety of shots to change up the pace on the ball and mix up things for our opponents. There’s lobs, regular groundstrokes, flat shots, shots with a lot of topspin, dropshots, tweeners (which are impossible for me to master, haha), slice shots, and the list could go on … Continue reading How to Hit a Slice Shot in Tennis

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How Video Can Help You Become a Better Fundraiser

How Video Can Help You Become a Better Fundraiser

by Kari Arns @ Blog · CMBell

A local shelter came to us looking for ways to support their largest fundraising campaign in history—a new facility for women and children looking to transition from homelessness to lives of self-sufficiency. Their story is powerful, but they needed a way to tell it more broadly, and that’s how this video was born.

Video is an ideal tool for fundraisers because it:

  1. Inspires action. It uses the power of images, sound, and music to evoke the emotion that prompts a potential donor to care about what you’re doing—and ultimately, to give. Most often, people first make decisions with their heart, and then their mind, and no amount of persuasive text can touch the heart like a well-done video.
  2. Conveys need. Video brings real struggles to life and establish the need that drives your project. 
  3. Brings a vision to life. It can cast the vision for a real solution better than any other medium, bringing to life a picture of what your cause will help to achieve.
  4. Is personal. There’s nothing as compelling as the story of someone who has been changed or helped by your work.
  5. Works in many applications. It can take your story to any place that can play video—the home of a prospective donor, your own website, or a local meeting or event.
  6. Is more likely to reach your audience. Video is increasingly the medium of choice, so it’s more likely to get viewed and remembered.

But video production can be overwhelming if you haven’t done a lot of it. Here’s what you can do to get the video that will work for you.

  1. Outline the problem your project will solve. Include statistics and stories.
  2. Make it about what your donors care about. Make it clear to donors what investing in your cause will do for them.
  3. Have a well-articulated vision. What will be different when your project is funded? What will the destination of this journey look like? How will it change lives for the better?
  4. Know your audience. Know what they care about, what motivates them, and what could turn them off.
  5. Have a call to action. Make it easy for people to take the next step, be it asking for more information or giving.
  6. Know where video fits in your strategy. How will it link to other communication tools—both in terms of story and look?
  7. Pick the right people. If it’s interview-driven, the people chosen will make all the difference. Does their story include struggle and hope? Can they share it on-camera? They don’t need to be performers—it’s better if they are not—but they do need to have a story that a good video crew can draw out.
  8. Provide good logistic support. Getting your crew access to places that help tell your story will improve it visually, and creating a schedule that has everything ready for your crew when they show up will save you money in the long run and help you get better footage.
  9. Know and communicate your budget. There are many video companies to choose from, but making your budget clear up-front can help you narrow the playing field and eliminate bad surprises.
  10. Inform yourself about your video vendor. Look at their work to see if it fits your organization. Talk to a client of theirs to see what working with the firm was like. If it’s a larger firm, make sure the people working on your project are the ones who did the projects you especially liked.
  11. Have a plan for distribution. This is the most overlooked part of video strategy we encounter. Your video is an investment that should work for you in many applications. Use it on all your website and social media channels, deliver it via email to your donor list, post it on your blog, show it at events, show it at personal "asks", and link it to appropriate sites.
  12. Don’t worry about it going viral. It’s extremely difficult to get videos to go viral—and going viral doesn’t mean more people will give to your cause. Getting your video in front of 50 qualified donors is more important than having it reach 50,000 people who aren’t ever going to support your cause.
  13. Measure and learn. This probably won’t be your last video. So watch your analytics, but more importantly, watch for results. One of the videos we produced for a client was shown at an event and a donor in the audience wrote a check for $25,000. In the end, likes and shares are interesting, but gives are the best metric.

Great videos change people’s minds and motivate them to take action. Why shouldn’t you be using this tool to solicit support for your cause?

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I Shot My First Wedding and Didn’t Mess It All Up. Here’s What I Learned.

by Alex Hengen @ PetaPixel

My name is Alex Hengen, and I’m a non-pro, non-wedding photographer. Last year I took a few pictures at my sister’s wedding, and my cousin, having his own wedding coming up, saw some of my shots on Facebook and asked if I would photograph their wedding. I agreed. I had 8 full months to prep. […]

Setting Up Video Interviews—A Project Manager’s List

Setting Up Video Interviews—A Project Manager’s List

by Kari Arns @ Blog · CMBell

The interview is the foundation for many kinds of videos—from executive updates to a good story. Setting up a good video interview starts with you, the project manager, before the video crew ever arrives. Here are some tips we share with our clients that can help you get a better video.

What can I as the on-site project manager do to contribute to a good interview?

  • Get the talking points or video goals to the interviewer (crew) well before the shoot. This gives the interviewer time to think about how to best draw out the story.
  • Give the interviewee time to think about his/her content and the purpose of the interview. Make sure they know going in what to expect and how to prepare.
  • Allow adequate time. Depending on the piece, 30–60 minutes may work. (The crew can tell you what’s needed for your particular project.) We usually book an interview with extra time in case the person is late or has to leave early, since rushing an interview almost always results in a quality compromise.

What kind of spot should I reserve for the shoot?

Reserve a space for the interview that gives options on the set-up. Look for things like:

  • Natural light (and windows with shades that can be used to control the light)
  • Interesting textures as background—brick walls, nice windows, or architectural details
  • Interesting furnishing elements, art, or plants
  • Does it contribute context?
  • Sound control. Good audio is essential to a good video—so make sure the room has a door and isn’t near a noisy location, like an elevator or a highly traveled hallway.
  • Enough space. It’s best not to film a person sitting right up against a wall, as having depth is important. Aim for a space that has at least 15’ in depth. That gives the crew room to make the set-up more interesting and keep it from looking like the dreaded driver’s license photo.

What is b-roll?

B-roll is supplemental footage that may or may not have sound. It’s often used to intercut with the interview, to bring a story to life, and to cover edits.

What makes good b-roll?

  • Time. It’s easy for a crew to feel rushed when they’re intruding on a work space. But allowing a bit of time to set up the shot and shoot it is essential to getting good footage.
  • Focal point. Having one prominent element of interest in the shot guides the viewer’s eye.
  • Good lighting. Natural light is great, but isn’t always available. Having the time to light the shot is important if natural light isn’t available.
  • Close-ups. Sometimes showing just a piece of the story (hands, an object on a desk that reveals something of the person being interviewed) is powerful. You don’t need to tell the whole story in every image—just evoke a piece of it. 

What about teleprompters?

Whenever possible, it’s best to avoid them if you’re going for a natural, comfortable style. In some cases, where language must be precise (such as when there are legal considerations), a teleprompter can be helpful, but there is usually a tradeoff in the overall tone. If you’re looking for an authentic, personal interview, teleprompters generally disappoint. Our crew is very comfortable drawing out a story from people who aren't accustomed to being on camera, so we generally prefer this option.

Who does the interview?

Our crew generally conducts the interview, but you’re welcome to if you have experience doing this and would prefer to.

How much footage will it take to do a video?

This varies widely by project. It’s not uncommon for us to shoot a 20–40 minute interview that gets cut down to two minutes. That doesn’t include another 20–60 minutes of b-roll.

How much time should we allow for an interview?

It depends on the project. Person-on-the-street interviews can happen almost instantly once they are set up.

An update from an executive can take 30–60 minutes. An interview for a story can take 30–60 minutes, depending on the video’s desired length. Allow an additional 30 minutes for set-up (depending on conditions) prior to the interviewee arriving—and another 15 minutes for take-down.

Will we need a script?

Scripts make for efficient delivery of content, and are generally used when you need an audio-only portion of the video. CMBell employs script writers who are experienced in writing for this specific application—as it is different than other kinds of writing.

Generally speaking, people who aren’t trained actors have difficulty delivering a script in a believable way. Unless it is a situation with legal concerns, where the language must be precise, we prefer to conduct an interview using talking points.

Tips for writing talking points

Do:

  • Create a bulleted list of ideas you want to cover. Things like “Top priority: Increase quality scores by 20%” work as great prompts for both interviewee and interviewer.
  • Include hard-to-remember data (if any) so that we can prompt the interviewee if that information isn’t top-of-mind.
  • List talking points in order of priority. Talking points are used by the editors (who are often a different team than the videographers and interviewers) to ensure that the client’s points are all made. If the video has a time limit, sometimes this means deleting content. Prioritized lists help the editors know which things must be in, and which are optional.
  • Provide any background stories or videos that have been developed on the topic.

Do not:

  • Provide a script or send the talking points in prose form using full sentences and paragraphs. This makes it harder for both the interviewer and the interviewee, who need to maintain eye contact.
  • Provide the talking points the day of the shoot. Both the interviewer and interviewee benefit from time to think about the content.
  • Change the talking points substantially after submitted.

What should we tell the people being interviewed?

  • The purpose of the project.
  • How long the interview will be.
  • Location.
  • What kinds of things will be explored in the interview (talking points).
  • They can prepare by reviewing the questions and purpose in advance. It can be helpful to write something out to help them think about their message before the shoot, but they should not plan to memorize or read what they write.
  • Wear what they’d normally wear in their work or life (depending on the story). If they’re in uniform at work generally, they should appear that way in the video (as a bonus, uniforms provide instant credibility).
  • Camera lights tend to wash out faces. Participants who normally wear make-up may wish to bring along any make-up to touch up before the shoot. Generally, we do not have make-up artists at the shoot.
  • Avoid excess in apparel and accessories. Stay away from large wild patterns and wrinkled or worn clothing (for professionals) if a professional look is desired.
  • There will be a professional team there to guide them through the interview. Our job is to make them feel at ease, explain the process, and draw the story out from them. We’re patient and try to give them as much time as needed to deliver their message.
  • We will do multiple takes to ensure we get the best one—so there’s no pressure to be “perfect.”
  • Be yourself. Authenticity is more important than getting everything precisely right.

Who handles releases and HIPAA-compliance issues?

The client is always responsible for obtaining and archiving release forms. Additionally, the client is responsible for ensuring HIPAA compliance if the shoot is health care related. This means paying attention to content that is being shot and reviewing the edit to ensure that no HIPAA violations have occurred.

Shoot etiquette

  • If shooting in a health care setting, patient care is always first. We are accustomed to working around the complexities of health care and are respectful of your first obligations.
  • Keep the set quiet. It’s especially important to have 2–3 seconds of silence before and after each interview question is completed, to allow the editors content to work with.
  • Save questions and comments for the end. Sometimes it is best to run through the entire interview and keep the momentum of the story going—as it preserves the energy.
  • Plan on multiple takes. We generally take safety shots (extra takes) that allow us to have additional options for our editors.

What is my role in producing this video?

  • Determining the message and goals of the project.
  • Providing talking points, if the video calls for them.
  • Doing a pre-interview with our crew to discuss the elements of the story.
  • Finding and securing shoot location(s).
  • Arranging for interviewees.
  • Acting as site navigator—escorting and introducing the crew and setting expectations for participants.
  • Getting and storing release forms from anyone in the shoot.
  • Ensuring HIPAA compliance.
  • Providing additional assets—photos, existing b-roll if you have some—that flesh out the story visually.
  • Reviewing the video for accuracy and seeing that anyone who needs to be involved in the review is.
  • Being the single point of contact for CMBell and supplying all changes to us directly, rather than delivering them through multiple sources.

Are there things I can do to keep costs down?

Yes. The biggest thing is to review it carefully at each step of the way, since a video is produced in a sequence which each layer building on the previous one. Changes to the audio that come late in the process, for example, can mean substantial edits. Think of it as deciding to move a wall in a new home in the painting phase. It's much more expensive to do so then than it would be to do so when the house plan is being reviewed.

“Push up your chest!”

by aufeminin @ Womenology

Summer is arriving, and already your breasts are attracting attention, whether you reveal them discreetly or openly. Emblems of femininity, breasts are simultaneously, objects of desire, stallions of youth, feeding organs, a question of politics… “No other body part has …

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Affinity Photo For iPad Update | iOS 11 & Affinity Photo Is A Dream

by Kishore Sawh @ SLR Lounge

iOS 11 is already looking good for photographers

Longer (and warmer!) days mean making more time to enjoy those...

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5 Hidden Tips and Tricks in Photoshop That Save Time and Speed You Up

by Jayphen Simpson @ PetaPixel

Photoshop is such a hugely featured application that much of its feature set can be overlooked by even seasoned veterans. This 25-minute video tutorial from photographer Jake Hicks explores some of the less intuitive features that Photoshop offers. The video is broken down in the following sections: #1. Fade Function (0:42) The ‘Fade’ feature allows you […]

Why do brands need media muses?

by aufeminin @ Womenology

“In reality, women are more ‘real,’ and not as perfect as Adriana Karembeu. People need reality, they need truth.” These are the words of Nicolas Chomette, head of Black & Gold, a design and strategy company. He adds, “Sometimes we …

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How to Make Strong Black & White Images Using Gradient Maps

by Brittany Smith @ SLR Lounge

Make timeless black and white images, quickly, and easily.

Conquering Your Camera Settings in Landscape Photography

by Jayphen Simpson @ PetaPixel

Understanding basic camera settings is important so that you know how to react in different conditions such as varying light, moving subjects, or to achieve maximum depth-of-field. In this 10-minute video, Adam Karnacz from First Man Photography discusses his techniques for working his camera while doing landscape photography. While knowing precisely the camera settings a […]

Illustrated Man #10: The Vision

by Matt Thompson @ Savage Minds

I first started blogging about anthropology and comic books back in 2012 in an occasional series titled Illustrated Man. It lasted for about nine posts before petering out as other projects demanded my attention, especially going back to grad school to pick up a Masters after completing my doctorate. While I stopped blogging about them … Continue reading Illustrated Man #10: The Vision

Students blast Photoshop for altering beauty standards, body image norms

Students blast Photoshop for altering beauty standards, body image norms


USA TODAY College

IN THIS STORY: East Carolina University, Kutztown University, DePaul University, San Francisco State, John Brown University

The Photoshop Effect

The Photoshop Effect

by noreply@blogger.com (Desi) @ RETOUCHING: THE GOOD, THE BAD AND THE UGLY

Capture One Releases Spectrum Styles Pack | Add Tone to Your Images Without Affecting Exposure

by Justin Heyes @ SLR Lounge

Capture One Pro is filling out their line of powerful Styles.

Women Prefer Unretouched Photos Over Fake Photoshop Study Proves

Women Prefer Unretouched Photos Over Fake Photoshop Study Proves


DIY Photography

You will not believe the results! A new survey askes if women prefer how they look in unretouched, natural cell phone pictures or photos taken by a professional portrait photographer with fake Photoshop. We have all seen the viral posts - studies that prove that women do not like to look like cover models.  We also know that if they use Dove soap women won't think that they are ugly any more. But what we wanted to find out once and for all: Do women prefer unretouched natural cell phone pictures, or photos taken by a professional portrait photographer with

Dove "Evolution" vs. Victoria's Secret

Dove "Evolution" vs. Victoria's Secret


These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Victoria’s Secret and Dove, they have different views on body image. Two commercials are evaluated, Dove’s “Evolution” and VS’s Super Bowl 2015 commercial.

New Adventures in Omaha, Nebraska

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Now, now. Some of you might be thinking, why go to Nebraska? All that state has to offer is endless fields of corn and cows! You might be partially right, but for the part of Nebraska I was in, you’d be wrong. Last weekend, I visited Omaha, Nebraska with my mom to go see Creighton … Continue reading New Adventures in Omaha, Nebraska

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We’re taking you behind-the-scenes to show you how our in-house...

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We’re taking you behind-the-scenes to show you how our in-house creative team made the beautiful design for our latest limited edition box: Do Not Disturb. Watch and discover what’s inside here: http://birch.ly/2nTa1jo Thanks to our printer, Design Packaging Inc, for always making our boxes look beautiful! JOIN BIRCHBOX: http://birch.ly/1OLLiDr INSTAGRAM: http://birch.ly/1QLyByU FACEBOOK: http://birch.ly/1QlUGhX by Birchbox

Babies Cry, Men Should Too.

by Florencia Vallejo @ Adios Barbie

The other day I shared a post on Facebook reflecting on #masculinitysofragile. It was a post which, in my opinion, liberated men from the silly social construct behind the idea…

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Commentaires sur “Gender, Design and Marketing”, a book justifying marketing to women with biological arguments par Daniel

by Daniel @ Commentaires pour Womenology

Il y a en effet deux thèses qui cohabitent avec des arguments biologiques d'un côté et des arguments autour de l'éducation. Chez Womenology, nous pensons que les deux thèses sont justes et ne sont pas contradictoires car les différences sont à la fois biologiques et sociétales.

BTS: The Quirky and Minimalist Photos of Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís

by Michael Zhang @ PetaPixel

Here’s an Adorama “Through the Lens” episode that offers a behind-the-scenes look at the creative minimalist architectural portraits of photographers Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís, whom we featured back in July. “Daniel Rueda and Anna Devís are both visionary photographers, currently living in Valencia Spain,” the show writes. “These two photographers both have a unique […]

The Dove Commercial: Nobody's Perfect

The Dove Commercial: Nobody's Perfect


CMBell・Video Communications & Design-Driven Marketing

Ogilvy & Mather's startling commercial takes us from model to billboard in under 60 seconds. Its an impressive spot from Dove, reminding us that even models don't look like models, and demonstrating the power of Photoshop.

Why Using Tampons Is A Rebellious Act

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

By Gözde Güler When I was 14 years old, I saw how a German girl went swimming despite having her period. I asked her how this was possible, and she…

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10 states where a graduate degree boosts your pay by $17,000 (or more)

10 states where a graduate degree boosts your pay by $17,000 (or more)

by Student Loan Hero @ USA TODAY College

Here’s where you’ll get the most bang for your grad degree. Filed under: CAREER PATH, COLLEGE CHOICE Tagged: economy, grad (...)

IKEA Lion Man – Relax into greatness

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

IKEA UK’s latest advertising campaign features Lion Man, a symbol of the importance of relaxing and recharging in one’s living room so we can go on to do great things. Based on the fact that lions spend up to 18 hours a day at rest, the campaign follows the story of a Lion Man as […]

The Death of White Guilt

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

Individual opinion and systemic advantage are different: if you and other white people fought as hard to dismantle systemic violence as you do to deny that you have a responsibility as a white person, systemic racism would collapse tomorrow.

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#WorldCup: women lace up their boots

by aufeminin @ Womenology

The World Cup is without a doubt one of the most popular topics of conversation brought to us this early summer. But what attitude will women bear in regards to this traditionally masculine sport? The aufeminin.com website and its Womenology …

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Dove Speaks Out Against Retouching by Releasing an Anti-Photoshop Action

Dove Speaks Out Against Retouching by Releasing an Anti-Photoshop Action


PetaPixel

Skin care company Dove is speaking out on the issue of "fake beauty" being promoted in photographs through Photoshopping. Rather than address the issue dir

Luxury & sales force: learn to manage brand ambassadors

by aufeminin @ Womenology

Of the top fifteen international luxury brands, seven are French. French brands represent 25% of the world market in luxury personal assets (fashion, accessories, perfume, watches and jewellery), or 212 billion euros (Cabinet Bain & Company – 2012). (1) In …

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Innovation must create an original and special relationship by being closer to the women

by aufeminin @ Womenology

Meet Dr. Marcel Saucet, Marketing, associate professor and researcher at the University of San Diego. He heads LCAconseil.net laboratory, expert advice in marketing innovation. What do you think are the most promising innovations aimed at women sectors? Cosmetics: During the …

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Women Are Not the Only People Who Have Periods

by Guest Author @ Adios Barbie

Dealing with periods poses a particularly unique challenge for trans men, as well as gender fluid and non-binary individuals. This is especially true for those who are not able to be open about their identity in the workplace.

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Dove: the perfect success story in advertising

by aufeminin @ Womenology

In 2004 Dove launched a ground breaking worldwide advertising campaign in the beauty industry. The brand created a new way to address their public which aimed to be “real” by getting rid of the complexes that beauty product consumers suffer from. …

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Good Job Me, You Hurt Your Back

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

Well, I can’t seem to stay out of my physical therapist’s office and I can’t seem to stay away from injuries. I know, I know, you can clap now if you’d like. At a tournament, that is still happening this weekend, well specifically at my match yesterday, I hurt my back. Not quite sure how, … Continue reading Good Job Me, You Hurt Your Back

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Scary Facts About Edamame: This is Why You Should Avoid Edamame at All Costs

by Anya Vien @ LA Healthy Living

Edamame was first documented in 1275, when a Japanese monk, Nichiren wrote a note thanking a parishioner for his gift of “edamame” left at the temple. Edamame are immature soy bean pods that are harvested before the pod hardens. In… Continue Reading

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Photo Restoration

by @ Lessons Blog


For this project, you will need to bring in an old family photo. The more distressed the photo, the better (i.e. creases, chips, discoloration, fading).


Due:

Two weeks.


Project Description:

Using the clone stamp tool, paintbrushes, fills, and the multiply mode, restore an old, distressed photo to new life by removing the scars and blemishes and adding full color.


Objectives:

• Increase skills with Image Adjustments
• Improve tonal values and contrast in a photograph
• Increase skill with the clone stamp tool.
• Use the healing brush tools to fix problematic areas in a photograph
• Use the multiply mode to allow for rich, vibrant color in a black and white photograph.
• Create photorealistic color relationships.


Materials:

Adobe Photoshop


Parameters:

Format as follows:
• At least 7 1/2 inches x 10 inches
• Resolution: Scan at 600 pixels/inch so that the artwork will eventually be 300 ppi (Important: A lower resolution will result in a printed image of poorer quality.)
• Color Mode: RGB
If you would like to work beyond these limitations (for example: work larger than letter-size, or in a square shape) consult Mr. Ratkevich.


Steps (Process):

Bring in a distressed (frayed, torn, bleached, stained, creased, faded, etc.) photo.
Scan, using the following settings
        Output Type: Millions of Colors (24 bit)
        Resolution: 600 dpi
        When warning box comes up, select "Scan with current resolution," and check "Do not remind me again."
Open the file of the scanned image in Photoshop.
Adjust the contrast and brightness of the image in Image - Adjustment - Levels.
Use the clone stamp, the spot healing brush, and the healing brush to remove dust, scratches and other marks.
Change the mode of the photo layer to Multiply.
Create a new layer under the photo layer.
Paint light, vibrant colors under the photo layer.


Tips:

Scan at 600 pixels per inch or higher

Duplicate the layer containing the original photo, so that you always have the original scan.

The top photo layer must be set on MULTIPLY mode, at 100% opacity

The color layers should be below that, at 100% opacity

ALWAYS use only light, bright colors to paint (from the top left corner of the Color Picker)


Grading Criteria:

Refer to the grading rubric in the Documents folder.
• Level of ambition in selection of photograph (How damaged is it?)
• Degree/quality of "fix" - improved values, improved contrast, removal of all unwanted marks
• Quality of painting
• Visual impact of color


Tips to Get Started:

Scan your photo with a resolution of 600 ppi and an Output Type of "Millions of Colors".

How Communication Can Build a Values-Driven Culture

How Communication Can Build a Values-Driven Culture

by Kari Arns @ Blog · CMBell

There’s no better way to bring your mission and values off your walls and into your halls than by showing your leaders and employees walking the talk.
 
And there’s no better communication tool than video to build a values-driven culture. Video can capture symbolic moments in which people bring values to life in authentic ways—and spread the role-modeling throughout the organization.
 
The video above is just one example. One of our clients showed up in force at the California International Marathon, and we captured footage of the president and many employees participating—to help spread the idea that they’re taking their own health seriously. The video is one in a series developed as part of an internal communication strategy to deliver signature messages about the culture they’re building.

7 Ideas You Can Use to Bring Your Values to Life

Not sure where to begin? Here are seven ideas to start you thinking about how this could look in your company.

  1. Innovation: Capture stories of employees and leaders innovating throughout your organization.
  2. Service: Showcase real customers telling real stories of outstanding service.
  3. Respect: Interview employees talking about what respect looks like in their daily work.
  4. Compassion: Feature stories that show—don’t tell—what it looks like to bring compassion to your work.
  5. Eco-friendliness: Show employees involved in eco-friendly initiatives.
  6. Integrity: Interview employees who can describe acts of integrity they’ve observed among their peers.
  7. Quality: Take your customers behind the scenes by interviewing employees who are shaping high quality scores.

Leaders have to repeatedly find ways to bring focus to their company’s values for them to become more than words on a wall. To really drive behaviors and build culture, share your best stories and capture your leaders talking about your values in personal ways.

Still wondering where to start? We can help you put together a values- and culture-building package that will get viewed and remembered.

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Ads Vs Reality – How They Make Food, Hotels And Models Look Gorgeous

Ads Vs Reality – How They Make Food, Hotels And Models Look Gorgeous


Digital Synopsis

Ever wondered why your McDonald’s burger never looks as juicy as the one in the ads? What about hotels that look fabulous in pictures but not quite as much once you’re there? It’s all about perception vs deception when it comes to advertising. Product photography is as crucial as any other factor in increasing sales […]

Commentaires sur “Gender, Design and Marketing”, a book justifying marketing to women with biological arguments par Nathalie

by Nathalie @ Commentaires pour Womenology

Il faut en effet admettre qu’il y a des grandes différences hommes/femmes dans la consommation et celles-ci sont à prendre en compte. En revanche, quant à l’origine de ces différences, les théories se contredisent. Notamment cet article sur Gloria Moss qui justifie le marketing to women par des arguments biologiques vient totalement contredire votre autre article sur la neurobiologiste Lise Eliot et son essai «Cerveau rose, Cerveau bleu» qui affirme que ces différences découlent surtout de l’éducation différenciée entre filles et garçons.

Photoshop Tutorial | 5 Ways To Change The Color Of Anything In Photoshop

by Wendell Weithers @ SLR Lounge

The ability to change specific colors in post-production is a good skill to have in general but, it’s also a necessity for working professionals. For example, any number of logistical reasons may prohibit the photographer from receiving a product in...

Synology Releases Its First 6-Bay NAS Unit | Synology DS3018xs

by Kishore Sawh @ SLR Lounge

It’s almost surprising to think that Synology hasn’t created a unit like the before, but here we are, and Synology wasn’t holding back on the spec sheet either. The company is describing this as “as a comprehensive business-ready desktop NAS”....

Ep. 214: Why Is Tony Northrup So Stingy With His Settings? – and more

Ep. 214: Why Is Tony Northrup So Stingy With His Settings? – and more

by Sharky James @ PetaPixel

Episode 214 of the PetaPixel Photography Podcast. Download MP3 –  Subscribe via iTunes, Google Play, email or RSS! Featured: Landscape and wilderness photographer, Josh Cripps In This Episode If you subscribe to the PetaPixel Photography Podcast in iTunes, please take a moment to rate and review us and help us move up in the rankings so others interested in photography may find us. Show Opener: Landscape […]

GE Meet Molly, the Kid Who Never Stops Inventing

by Duncan Macleod @ The Inspiration Room

GE has launched “Meet Molly, the Kid Who Never Stops Inventing”, a commercial celebrating the engineering solutions developed at GE. We’re introduced to Molly, a young girl who comes up with brilliant solutions to problems in the home, including taking out the trash, selling Girl Guide cookies, making her bed, sweeping the floor and mowing […]

The Cyborg Anthropologist (Tools We Use)

by Kerim @ Savage Minds

For those who don’t know, I live, work, teach, and do research in a predominantly Chinese speaking environment. Although you are probably aware that learning Chinese is hard, you might not realize that even scholars who have studied the language for most of their adult lives still struggle with it. That’s because scholars who work … Continue reading The Cyborg Anthropologist (Tools We Use)

Artificial Intelligence: Making AI in our Images

by Sally Applin @ Savage Minds

Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Sally Applin Hello! I’m Sally Applin. I am a technology anthropologist who examines automation, algorithms and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the context of preserving human agency. My dissertation focused on small independent fringe new technology makers in Silicon Valley, what they are making, and most critically, how the adoption of … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: Making AI in our Images

Not a Big Fan of New York, New York

by Anastasia @ These Are a Few of My Favorite Things

I’ve been really lucky to do more travelling than usual this summer and this past Friday, I got home from New York after spending a week there, competing at a modeling and acting convention. I will definitely agree with most that New York is a really cool and different city, but I think I’d prefer … Continue reading Not a Big Fan of New York, New York

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