Flashback: my first Photoshop attempt

The time of bad pictures posted on Facebook is officially ended. I’m talking about the pictures of the last party you went, the ones you really didn’t want to see on the net, but that your best friend uploaded anyway. Maybe the ones that you didn’t want your mother (who is now on Facebook as well, and even if you don’t remember accepting her friendship request, she IS one of your friends) to see are simply too much to hide, but for all the other ones that you know could be better, now the solution exists. It’s called PHOTOSHOP, and it’s the kind of program everybody was distrustful, at the beginning, but when you try it ones and you start learning its multiple amazing way to make you look good even in the most horrible picture you’ve ever been taken, you cannot live without it anymore. Don’t lie saying that you’ve never used it, because no one is going to believe you, and even because the answer will be “why not? You should definitely try!”. And that’s true, you should, to improve your self-confidence a little bit, or just to make a favor to your friends (except the one who has uploaded you ugly picture without photoshopping it properly…) But here comes a question: what was that amazing and generous man who invented Photoshop thinking about? Was he thinking about our bad pictures who needs to be managed before been looked at? Was he thinking about an utopian world where everybody has perfect skin and red eyes are only a far memory? Or did he maybe have a bigger aim on his creature? Who knows…but in order to appreciate the program not only because it makes us feel safe even when we are been taken picture in the moment when we really don’t want to, I’ll tried to use photoshop for a different goal. Doing that, I’ve discovered that it could be funnier that it seems to manage a picture… Even a really simple one, maybe just a body and a white wall… So now I’ll do something I’m really afraid of: I’ll present you the result of my very first experiment in the world of Photoshop, which dates back to three years ago, hoping that the next time you’ll be managing the picture of the latest party you went, the result will be pretty more interesting than it used to be…












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