20 przypadków, gdy ludzie zszokowali Instagram, odmawiając korzystania z Photoshopa!

W 2017 r. rząd francuski uchwalił ustawę, zgodnie z którą wszystkie zdjęcia komercyjne, które zostały cyfrowo wyretuszowane, muszą być oznakowane, jak ostrzeżenie o potencjalnych chorobach zapisane na paczkach papierosów. Ten trend wkrótce rozprzestrzenił się z Francji na resztę świata. Wiele celebrytów, marek i blogerów zaczęło wspierać ten pomysł i wypowiadało się przeciwko narzędziom do edycji zdjęć i nierealistycznym standardom urody.

Opracowaliśmy listę 20 zdjęć, które mogą pomóc nam w rozpoczęciu podróży z miłością i stać się bardziej pewnymi siebie.



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I had to think twice before uploading this. It was magical to me when this happened. I remember this collage was the first time I ever got reposted by @hudabeauty it the best day for me! I felt great & happy. However I received soo many messages at the time telling me “your makeup looks are amazing” “wish I could be beautiful like this” “wish I had all of this” “it’s not fair!” .. I’m putting this up soo all those people that felt that way .. Understand that it’s not real! None of it is! The people you see airbrush on the internet with there makeup looking soo blended it looks invisible! Of course that makeup is great! But understand the images you see may not be the real deal! PLEASE look at the comparison! Yes it was amazing at the time! But it wasn’t me. All your referring to is ‘Face tune’! I’m showing you this so you get that everyone is not the “perfect” person on instagram! ______________________________________ Not for 1 second would anyone guess that I have suffered with acne for years (unless you know me) all you see is a photo of perfection. Someone young would look at that & be like “I wanna look like that” well in FACT the girl in the images (MEE) does not even look like that! _______________________________________ EMBRACE YOUR IMPERFECTIONS 💖

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I care about body image. I care about sending the right message. But it dawned on me as I got older that message can be conveyed with different perspectives and story lines. What needs to exist throughout all of it is honesty and consistency. The internet is full of facades that girls and women wonder should they look like this or that. Such unrealistic images and angles and no truth. I have a post partum stomach that used to embarrass me. Now my confidence comes with how well my body performs, the faster and stronger I get in training and racing. It isn’t focused on that it doesn’t look like my competitors who haven’t had babies. This is my storyline. A little saggy belly skin but a whole lot of kicking ass in training and racing. My good friend @fleshmanflyer once said “we ask so much of our bodies, so we better respect the shit out of them.” And to me respect means believing in your body, not comparing it to others and embracing the most imperfect you. #journeywithsteph #diastasisrecti #postpartum #runnersbody

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She will learn to love or to hate her body from me, I choose to teach her love. It’s easy to point out things that are wrong with our bodies as a means to prevent the hurt if someone else does it for us, but instead of doing that, I’m going to tell you what I see in this photo. I see a woman refusing to play small because of her size, I see a present mother not hiding on the sidelines under layers of clothes, I see a belly that grew the sweet giggly baby, boobs that sag at the weight of the milk created to nourish a child and strong arms that have held that baby since she breathed her first breath. I see a woman who is beautiful, not because of how she looks but because of how she feels… alive, grateful, present, and worthy of memories like this. How are you speaking about yourself? People are paying attention, you’re setting an example of beauty and worthiness and perpetuating the impossible standards we all are trying to break free from. Double tap if presence trumps perfection. 👋🏻 And promise me you’ll start showing up in more photos of your life, k?

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Just because you take it off doesn’t mean it should take you down.⁣ ⁣ Over and over again I’ve had people meet me, hear I have 3 kids or that I lost 100lbs and they run eyes down me and say “YOU? HOW?” And I would get this sinking feeling thinking “if only they knew what was beneath”.⁣ ⁣ That was my old narrative. ⁣ ⁣ I’ve talked before about the cloaks of shame we wear. How they shadow us in secret darkness, making us feel like we have to hide or conform, just to be accepted. ⁣ ⁣ But that doesn’t serve us when we take it all off and face the mirror, and face the thoughts awaiting us. ⁣ ⁣ The only way to rid myself of the sinking feelings of what lies beneath being something viewed as “less” was to remove that cloak of shame and blanket myself with truths and an entirely new narrative. One that didn’t make sense to me. One I’d only heard about from others. One that looked at my body as a blessing, not a curse. One that stopped looking at my body as a performance to make, but a tool to use. ⁣ ⁣ Can I just share with you how much that’s changed me? ⁣ Do you know what it’s like to no longer live with such hate inside yourself? For yourself?⁣ Can you imagine talking with another and not looking at their body and thinking less of your own?⁣ Can you picture eating food and not feeling how unworthy you are to be eating, or how “bad” your body might be for it?⁣ ⁣ Are we willing to acknowledge that WE are the authors and the storytellers of our own narratives that speak inside ourselves everyday? Are we willing to change the words, change the direction, change the focus? ⁣ ⁣ Because quite honestly, I thought this was nonsense. Seriously. I didn’t believe in ANY of this at all.⁣ ⁣ Until out of desperation I HAD to try, and slowly realized I wasn’t hating on my body so much anymore. In fact, I wasn’t noticing it much at all. ⁣ ⁣ {I’m still triggered to be ashamed of my body or have negative thoughts about it, yes. But it is no longer the norm. It is the exception. Farther and fewer between.} ⁣ ⁣ Are we willing to have the audacity to believe that we actually something of worth, that clothing cannot give us or take away? ⁣ ⁣ Are we willing, to just believe something more?

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#postpartumbody – 63 weeks after the birth of my triplets. ⁣ ⁣ I fit all my old clothes again, and I only use shape wear when I am wearing tight tops and dresses or low waisted pants. There is more excess skin now, so sometimes I have the accidental slip of skin out from the top of my trousers. Ooops! 🤭⁣ ⁣ I still haven’t gotten used to see my belly in the mirror – it doesn’t feel like a part of my body, kind of? And I often find myself holding a hand over it in front of my husband, something I have never done before… ⁣ ⁣ Apart from that I don’t think too much about it – except for the moments when it feels uncomfortable, which happens especially in the evenings and with repeated lifting. I have been diagnosed with a pretty severe case of Diastasis recti, ⁣and I can clearly feel that something is wrong inside my belly. ⁣ For now I am excited for my next appointment at the hospital in February, to hear more about a potential surgery. And in the meantime the wrinkled belly is a good reminder of what great work my body did for carrying my three babies for as long as I possibly could – something that has been crucial for how well they are doing today. ❤️❤️❤️⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣ ⁣

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Hello, Je reçois beaucoup de messages me disant que c’est super, que j’ai de la chance parce que j’ai rien à reprendre sur mon corps, que tout s’est bien remis en place etc. Sachez que vous décidez de montrer ce que vous avez envie de montrer. Mes photos ne sont jamais retouchées je mets juste un filtre si nécessaire ou bien j’augmente la luminosité mais voilà « l’envers du décor ». Je ne suis pas parfaite, je n’ai pas un corps de rêve, je suis une fille normale qui doit vivre avec sa peau qui pendiaule! Apparemment je le cache bien et tant mieux puisque ce n’est pas très sexy mais c’est la! Je vous tiens au courant pour la suite. J’envisage de me faire retirer cet excédent mais je ne sais pas encore quand! Bonne journée à vous 🌸 #me#mealsome#skin#gymshark#french#weightloss#motivation#weightlosstransformation#happy#mybody#skinremovalsoon#sleevegastrectomie#sleevegastrectomy#chirurgiedelobesite#instagramvsreality#pink#sport#septum#plugs#snakebite

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Today, The Duchess of Cambridge joined two of her patronages, Action for Children and the Royal Photographic Society, for a special photography workshop. The Duchess of Cambridge joined young people from Action for Children for the sessions run by the Royal Photographic Society, which covered elements of photography including as portraits, light and colour. The workshop, run by RPS honorary fellows Jillian Edelstein and Harry Borden highlighted how photography provides a universal language for young people to express themselves and explore their thoughts and feelings. Action for Children, who are marking their 150th anniversary this year, are committed to helping vulnerable children, young people, and their families, across the UK. The Royal Photographic Society, of whom The Duchess today became Patron, is one of the world's oldest photographic societies. It was founded in 1853 with the objective of promoting the art and science of photography. Follow @kensingtonroyal for more.

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I love both these girls 😂

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