As a young teen I found myself asking how vintage pin-up photography was processed. Spending free time on photoshop growing up I had an interest in editing photographs; it was alluring to imagine in retrospect that a photograph was a true depiction and now you don’t know what is real vs. what’s an illusion thanks to photo treating software.

When I first became a fan of pin-up, I thought what every girl thinks at least once, “I’d love to see how I’d look in a photo like this.” I eventually accomplished the pin-up editing style when I realized, “Wow, this looks unrealistic” (in a bad way.) So now I enjoy opening a photograph Robert has shot and giving it appropriated after effects (whether its pin-up style or mainstream glamour), while staying true to the model. I’m a firm believer in that, through us, every girl can have that pin-up version of herself and remind her that her past self-doubt is false. Since I’m a girl, attacked with the same insecurity-inducers everyday, I edit women as if I’m editing myself, meaning I treat their pictures how I’d want my best one to look. Have fun with it, Ladies. My best advice is to exude confidence and Point your toes!

Sincerely,
Jenna B.
Photo-Editor

 

   

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