Rachael Leigh Cook, an actress in the film She's All That, "said the women should look for Photoshop tutorial, how to recognize a manipulated images of celebrities.Cook rallying against the image depicts a female celebrity in the media. He claims that the manipulation of celebrities' images offensive, and not good for young girls.In fact, Cook has teamed up with the Creative Coalition, the Girl Scouts of the USA, Gender and Geena Davis Media and the struggle for airbrushing and photoshopping the female body. He also gives advice to young girls that do not assess themselves against the incredibly high celebrity.
In addition, Cook has also said that he will break his heart, as one of the industry and part of a machine actually dispel the terrible images and publicizes the levels, which are artificial. He added that not all people see is real, even if you look at what looks like an honest picture of someone, everything can be done in Photoshop.
Cook said that one way of false advertising, and he believes that it is a crime to do things the celebrities' photographs. In fact, Cook pointed out that the film industry to be more honest about the images of celebrities that are presented to the public to view it.He added that people should understand that the lens is set to true, this agreement back to the cameras. Cook added that if people saw these actors and actresses in person, people can not identify them, as people see them on TV.