Model's Ribs Photoshopped Out of Topless Photo Shoot Pics
Model Karlie Kloss Gets Fattened Up with Photoshop
Usually, when we talk about magazine photo spreads and Photoshop, we see some tweaking done to make women appear as thin and "perfect" as possible.
In the case of model Karlie Kloss, Photoshop was used to cover up her protruding ribs.
Kloss appears in a topless shoot for Numero magazine and the model is so sickeningly skinny that Photoshop was employed just to put some meat on her bones.
The comparison came to light when the photographer's studio distributed the photo on the left, showing a huge contrast from the pic seen in Numero, pictured at right.
Photographer Greg Kadel's studio responded with the following statement: "It was Greg's desire to represent Karlie as she naturally is ... slender, athletic and beautiful. That is why he released the images as he intended them to be seen by the public. He is shocked and dismayed that unbeknownst to him, Numéro took it upon themselves to airbrush over his original images. Greg stands by his original artwork and cannot stress enough that he not only was unaware of the magazine's retouching but also finds the airbrushing of Karlie unacceptable and unnecessary."
I'm not sure I'm seeing "athletic" in the original photo, the way her ribs stick out like that.