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Irina Shayk‘s cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue was supposed to be unveiled tonight at midnight on The Late Show With Dave Letterman. But thanks to the magic of Twitter, we have the photo right now! A billboard featuring the cover was unveiled for a few minutes so it could be taped for the show, then covered up again. But not before intrepid tweeter Rana Wardlaw could snap a pic and post it online for the world to see.
While those behind and in front of the camera have expressed concern over the prevalence of extreme Photoshopping both in editorial spreads and advertisements, photo retouching is here to stay. Getting rid of blemishes or correcting light balance isn’t a huge deal, but many magazines and advertisers use their Photoshop tools a bit too liberally. As such, we’ve put together a list of this year’s top 10 worst Photoshop offenses.
For the past few days the world has been ragging on GQ Spain for Photoshopping model Irina Shayk into nakedness without her consent. But the magazine says Shayk and her agency agreed that she would take nude shots — and it’s got the documentation to prove it.
Sports Illustrated model Irina Shayk is reportedly up in arms over her cover and spread for the December issue of GQ Spain. According to a press release sent out by ARC NY Talent PR — which just so happens to be Marc Jacobs‘ ex Lorenzo Martone’s agency — Shayk posed for the European glossy in varying degrees of undress, but never naked. The resulting 14-page spread features three images of Shayk completely nude — a look she claims was achieved post-production.