|I'm not saying it's photoshop, |
but somebody vandalized the car's detailing and
left blurry smudge behind.
|Thinking they aspect ratio'd this to the vertical - not only does Tessa have|
stilt-legs, so does Ryan (compare to others from this event, heels and all).
If it's of any interest, I'd recommend just going to the original of these photos on line, opening it up and clicking zoom. That's much clearer than looking at them on the blog (you lose resolution every time you crop or copy, so the contrast is clearer if you go to the original image, or at least what was put online).
This manipulation is evident in photos the day after TIFF as well, particularly one standing next to Ryan where his shirt is bloused out on the right and there's a halo between its outline and Tessa's left side.
Won't do it now, but if you go back to the official event golf photos, there's tons of noise around Tessa and "some" on Scott, but not around Scott's outline, as seen on Tessa. There are a few photos where there's none on either of them, clean as a whistle, no static anywhere. All of these have her facing the camera. The ones where she's torqued, jumping, or in profile - noise for days around the outline of her body down to the hem of her golf skirt, after which it disappears, go figure.
|At least this image is all the real Tessa.|
I'm beginning to suspect Tessa didn't carry Little Moir, and isn't carrying Baby Moir, anterior or transverse. In the real world, she could be carrying like a tank.
This is another one where it's best to find the original and zoom in, if you're interested. The advertisement behind Tessa is warped. Her right hand has found its way into the ribs (or whatever the dish is) or the ribs have jumped off the ad and smeared her right hand. Her left elbow is BEHIND the printed letters of the advertisement. The entire front of her outline is jagged and broken. The plate pictured in the ad in front of her is warped, the plate behind her is warped, but I really want to know how she got behind the ad itself. Her right hand in the ribs/sauce and her elbow behind the printing. A merge layers fuck up?
Thanks to the comment below for the link to this on "Just Jared":
Meryl Davis agrees this photoshop talk is nonsense, and can't wait until the blog gets back to the skating.
ETA: This is my photoshop. I thought it would be self-evident. Anyone can see by this blog's banners that the blog's photoshop expertise is nonexistent.The above took me less then a minute.Then I spent about five minutes playing with filters, including figuring out if there was a way to get a supernova to blow out Meryl's entire right side. Oh well.
And FWIW: I indented both sides of her waist using "move", and expanded both hips using "move". I expanded the bust line using "move" and "grow." Ran some filters over it and cropped.The End.
Notice how little evident distortion there is in the water (although I bet if you zoom in, you'll see some). Look at how the backgrounds in instagrams of Tessa are completely WTF. I have no idea what's back there! She got a bit too clever with the golf glove image, segmenting everything into grids, and I guess you have to be alert to notice the segmented grids don't match each other AT ALL.
I'm definitely side-eyeing Tessa's shadow in her "plaid dress in Montreal" image. (The dress itself is a mess, but I feel as if, if I post close-ups and zooms of what's been done to that image, I'll be spamming my own blog.)
But, yes, of course, it's too much time and trouble for a professional photographer, who can do the most popular "slim" fixes faster than they can exhale - assignment pros and free lancers who can batch edit and set up macros - to eliminate Tessa's pregnancy.
This bit is for someone in the comments section below, whom the blog has put in a time out: everybody at TIFF was photoshopped. People have pores. Unless everybody was at the colorist in the morning (which would not be untoward, but some just can't), people have roots, however faint. People's clothes wrinkle and their antiperspirant fails. People's eyes could use some color intensifying and sharpening. Although they're all celebrities to some degree or other, at times people break out. You wouldn't know it by these events, and it's not always hardworking concealer.Then there are those celebs who insist on tanning the natural way, and need the sun damage softened. Sometimes people just don't get their 8 hours the night before, and perhaps there's bloodshot elements to deal with.
We can all choose to believe that in the era of HD film and video, digital photography hasn't caught up, and that's why everybody's skin looks like Barbie, and is blurred around the margins. So primitive. But go ahead, choose to believe nobody but Tessa was photoshopped, therefore Tessa wasn't photoshopped either. Every single person at TIFF had invisible pores, Barbie hair, wore non-wrinkling fabric, and the whites of their eyes was not only the purest white of the heavens above, but their eye color was uniformly deep, sharp and clear. Gums as pink as a baby's tuches.
Every red carpet event has a media staging area, and if you've ever seen one, they all sit on their folding chairs, laptops running, and photoshop their little hearts out. Every single image. Even though it's possible to upload the raw images for someone else to edit and publish, the goal is to get these out as fast as possible, and many photogs do it themselves.
Tessa's pregnancy situation is one of the fastest, easiest fixes there is. Scott and Tessa have both been trodding these particular red carpets for over four years now. Athlete red carpets are largely charity and fundraising events. Reality celebs and the D list are often at "Look - Minolta has a new point and shoot!" Or, "Elizabeth Hasselback and her former college roommate have started a charitable enterprise and hope you can attend the gala auction!" When Scott and Tessa attend an event, most of the time it's crammed with other athletic notables.They're not at the screening of "Men, Women and Children". They're on the charity/fundraising list. Guess what. For the media/photogs in the mixed zone taking the pictures, there's also a list. There's always a few newbies, but many of these media pros have known Scott and Tessa for years, and know the score. Everybody's been wearing a hole in the same red carpets for years.