Photoshop parody video goes viral | Practical Photoshop
You may have seen a fantastic Photoshop parody video doing the rounds on the internet over the past few days. The video, Fotoshop by Adobe is made in the style of an advertisement for a beauty product.
In it, “the next revolution in beauty” is promised, thanks to the magic of Photoshop. That includes banishing wrinkles, removing blemishes and giving a slimmer appearance. The video is intended to be a social commentary on the way the beauty industry relies may perhaps go too far, creating unrealistic images.
The advert, which has been a massive success, even features the baffling “science part” that has become popular in many cosmetics advert over the years, and goes on to describe the different parts of Photoshop oft used by art editors and magazines to produce perfect portraits – such as the Liquify and Healing Brush tools.
If you haven’t caught the video yet, which has notched up millions of hits since it was first uploaded, check it out now, over on film-maker Jesse Rosten’s Vimeo page.
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