Prince George, the royal baby, is on the cover of Us Weekly—but, in accordance with their traditions, the magazine has altered the baby's appearance to make it more palatable to supermarket-going young women. Here's their altered version of a photograph of the spawn of Kate and whichever of "Prince Charles' sons" is in line to the thieving British crown.
And here's the original image, before the Photoshop crew got to it.
"When a magazine has to go to such great lengths to explain their cover or explain their ideas, then perhaps their message wasn't as clear or powerful as they thought it would be. Whether it's one of their readers or a casual browser, the cover seems to paint a picture of Obama being a lonely man. In addition, the fact that The Economist they didn't consult Reuters before using the photo seems to be the first red flag that their cover wasn't going to work." —The Weekly World News upbraids The Economist for improper use of Photoshop on the cover of its June 19 issue. Because this is where [...]