The next steps in photography could blur reality
When a celebrity appears in a fan-magazine photo, there's no telling whether the person ever wore the clothes depicted or visited that locale. The picture may have been "photoshopped," we say, using a word coined from the name of the popular image-editing software, Adobe Photoshop.
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