While the actress looks amazing in her shoot for the magazine, questions are being raised about the use of photoshop — especially because the star is missing an arm in one image! Do you think it was photoshopped?
Lena Dunham‘s highly-anticipated Vogue cover for February 2014 was finally unveiled — and while the star looks amazing, a certain image in particular from the shoot brings up the issue of photoshop. In the image, shot by Annie Leibovitz, the star can be seen lounging on a bed while dressed in a strapless Prada frock — but it’s quite suspicious because her left arm is totally missing in the image!
Lena Dunham Photoshopped? Missing Arm In ‘Vogue’ Shoot:
When it comes to editorials photoshop fails are so common that the fact that Lena was airbrushed doesn’t even phase us. It is surprising to see that her entire arm has been removed from the shot. Aside from the use of photoshop, critics also had a lot to say over the fact that the cover just featured a close-up shot of Lena’s face, rather than a full-body shot. Personally, I think Lena looks gorgeous on the cover — and the star herself couldn’t be happier with the results of the cover shoot!
She took to Twitter to express her gratitude over her very first Vogue cover.
— Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) January 15, 2014
What do you think? Do you think Lena was way too photoshopped in her Vogue shoot or have you just come to accept the fact that all pictures are photoshopped these days?