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Greg Charles
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This is either hysterical, or truly disturbing. Maybe both.

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Ernest Friedman-Hill
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It's weird. The bridal ones are quite reasonable; they are improvements over the originals. But all the children's photos are completely ludicrous. As the father of two beautiful children, I can't imagine how anyone could want that sort of atrocity committed.


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Bear Bibeault
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Agree... the children's "retouched" photos are just creepy!


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David McCombs
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Joined: Oct 17, 2006
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I liked the bridal retouch. It improved the picture without making her look freakish.

All the childrens shots looked like they were children of Chucky. Too creepy. I have two girls, and they are my little dolls but no way would I want them to actually look like dolls. Those retouches could be photos from a plastic surgery disasters article.

If you look at allt he pictures, the only good kids photos is a restoration of an old, damaged photo. I think I am going to have nightmares tonight. Thanks!


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