This highly controversial ‘photoshop’ music video from Hungarian singer Boggie was brought to my attention. I am sharing it because I feel that it is important that people of all ages know most of the images they see in today’s magazines and in videos are not real, authentic or untouched.

Here’s a striking video from Hungarian singer Boggie, in which her moving image is being retouched and “corrected” throughout the entire video. Directed by Nándor Lőrincz and Bálint Nagy, the three-minute video shows Boggie’s transformating from a lovely woman in dim lighting to a lovely, flawlessly made-up woman who has, judging by her glowing surroundings, been abducted by aliens and forced to sing for them.

Highly controversial ‘photoshop’ music video from Hungarian singer Boggie

This highly controversial 'photoshop' music video from Hungarian singer Boggie was brought to my attention. I am sharing it because I feel that it is important that people of all ages know most of the images they see in today's magazines and in videos are not real, authentic and untouched.
This highly controversial ‘photoshop’ music video from Hungarian singer Boggie was brought to my attention. I am sharing it because I feel that it is important that people of all ages know most of the images they see in today’s magazines and in videos are not real, authentic or untouched.Images are always altered. And often it is in a way that creates a result that is physically unattainable for any human. Such as lengthening the neck or changing the shape of eyes. Or changing skin tone.I feel this is particularly important for teenage girls to know, because stress about appearance can play havoc with their health and happiness at a time in their lives when they are so vulnerable.

I also think this is important for teenage boys to see as well. The media and ‘celebrity status’ are creating the wrong mindset for everyone. Let’s educate our children to be passionate about themselves just the way they are!

Please live each day in touch with how precious life is, with how precious you are and treat yourself accordingly.

If you’re interested in how this very controversial ‘photoshop’ music video was created, you can see it here:

Here’s How the Controversial ‘Photoshop’ Music Video Was Created

You don’t have to try
Take your make up off
Let your hair down
Take a breath
Look into the mirror at yourself
Don’t you like you
Cause I like you
– “Try” by Colbie Caillat

Here’s a similar concept, but in reverse.

You really don’t have to try so hard to be someone you’re not. Trust me, you’re amazing just the way you are 🙂