Plus-size models request a photographer to make them appear skinny, revealing the significant impact of Photoshop on altering body images.


In today’s world, distinguishing between what’s real and what’s not has become challenging. Many images on social media or in magazines undergo some level of alteration through photo editing software, contributing to unrealistic beauty standards that can distort our perception of reality. However, some individuals are determined to challenge this trend and aim to open people’s eyes to the truth.

Two gorgeous plus-size models, Diana Sirokai and Callie Thorpe, collaborated with professional photographer Karizza to illustrate the extent of photo manipulation in the media. Diana and Callie posed for a photo, and Karizza used Photoshop to make drastic edits to their body images.

“I have to say we look amazing both ways,” Diana wrote on her Instagram post. “The purpose of this was to show you all how magazines and the media take editing to a different level. Models and celebrities do not even look like themselves in those photoshopped images. We live in such a fake world; it’s time to bring real back. Own who you are and slay!”

Take a look at the before and after images of these beautiful women below and share your thoughts.

Diana’s Instagram | Callie’s Instagram 

These two beautiful ladies, with Callie on the left and Diana on the right, chose to demonstrate how magazines and the media take editing to a different level.

They enlisted the help of a professional photographer to use Photoshop on their bodies, revealing the significant transformations that can be achieved through computer software.

In the same post, they included the original image, encouraging people to “Own who you are and slay.”

This wasn’t the first time these ladies conveyed the message of body positivity.

Last month, Diana shared an image of her body alongside Kim Kardashian with an empowering note: “We are both women with different bodies.”

The primary message from these girls is that everyone should love themselves, and that’s a message that resonates with everyone.

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