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US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George

[caption id="attachment_83148" align="aligncenter" width="560"]US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George[/caption]

US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George

According to reports, Us Weekly is being accused of giving the 9-month-old royal some Photoshop touch-ups for its cover, but the magazine denies it did anything out of the ordinary.

The New York Post's Page Six gossip column pointed its fingers at Us Weekly, charging the magazine had enhanced George’s eyes, added color to his cheeks and adjusted the color of his hair and eyebrows in a photo of the babe during the royal family's visit to Australia.

Us Weekly hit back at the report on Friday, telling TODAY that the original image needed standard color adjustments in order to be printed, and that nothing was done to aesthetically alter the little prince.

https://twitter.com/Gay_Directioner/statuses/459685229557731328

https://twitter.com/sadiebooboo/statuses/459639140980494336

“The original image used for the Prince George cover was dark and bluish in tone and needed to be given an overall color shift for printing purposes,” a representative for the magazine told TODAY. “By no means did we go in and alter the color of his eyes or cheeks in this process.”

The magazine also noted that the colors on a cover can also vary depending on where the issues are printed, and that there is often color variation among the same covers printed by different plants.

[caption id="attachment_83147" align="aligncenter" width="560"]US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George[/caption]

Here’s the original image:

[caption id="attachment_83153" align="aligncenter" width="650"]US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George: US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George:[/caption]

Did US Weekly magazine photoshop Prince George on the cover? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

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US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George
http://www.mydaily.co.uk/2014/04/25/prince-george-photoshopped-by-us-weekly-magazine-at-just-nine-months-old/

Baby's first Photoshop - at just nine months: Magazine accused of airbrushing baby Prince George to give him 'rosier cheeks' and 'greener eyes'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2613138/Just-nine-months-old-Photoshopped-Us-Weekly-accused-airbrushing-baby-Prince-George-rosier-cheeks-greener-eyes.html

No, Us Weekly did not ‘airbrush’ Prince George
http://www.edmontonjournal.com/entertainment/celebrity/Weekly+airbrush+Prince+George/9775790/story.html

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[caption id="attachment_83148" align="aligncenter" width="560"]US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George[/caption]

US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George

According to reports, Us Weekly is being accused of giving the 9-month-old royal some Photoshop touch-ups for its cover, but the magazine denies it did anything out of the ordinary.

The New York Post's Page Six gossip column pointed its fingers at Us Weekly, charging the magazine had enhanced George’s eyes, added color to his cheeks and adjusted the color of his hair and eyebrows in a photo of the babe during the royal family's visit to Australia.

Us Weekly hit back at the report on Friday, telling TODAY that the original image needed standard color adjustments in order to be printed, and that nothing was done to aesthetically alter the little prince.

https://twitter.com/Gay_Directioner/statuses/459685229557731328

https://twitter.com/sadiebooboo/statuses/459639140980494336

“The original image used for the Prince George cover was dark and bluish in tone and needed to be given an overall color shift for printing purposes,” a representative for the magazine told TODAY. “By no means did we go in and alter the color of his eyes or cheeks in this process.”

The magazine also noted that the colors on a cover can also vary depending on where the issues are printed, and that there is often color variation among the same covers printed by different plants.

[caption id="attachment_83147" align="aligncenter" width="560"]US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George[/caption]

Here’s the original image:

[caption id="attachment_83153" align="aligncenter" width="650"]US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George: US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George:[/caption]

Did US Weekly magazine photoshop Prince George on the cover? Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

Source:

US Weekly magazine photoshops Prince George
http://www.mydaily.co.uk/2014/04/25/prince-george-photoshopped-by-us-weekly-magazine-at-just-nine-months-old/

Baby's first Photoshop - at just nine months: Magazine accused of airbrushing baby Prince George to give him 'rosier cheeks' and 'greener eyes'
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2613138/Just-nine-months-old-Photoshopped-Us-Weekly-accused-airbrushing-baby-Prince-George-rosier-cheeks-greener-eyes.html

No, Us Weekly did not ‘airbrush’ Prince George
http://www.edmontonjournal.com/entertainment/celebrity/Weekly+airbrush+Prince+George/9775790/story.html

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