Photoshop is a program that allows talented graphic artists to erase blemishes, taper waistlines and do a number of other touch-ups when they're getting photos magazine cover-ready. The final result is an image of a person who may look quite different from the photo's original subject. Some argue that this creates a beauty ideal that is impossible to attain, and that can cause body image issues in teens and adults.
To show how much goes into touching up magazine pictures, we had an expert take on our own Lynn Berry. We submitted a photo of Berry and let the artist go to work.