29 April 2007
Looking at Us
The dreaded first issue of Us has arrived, and it's just as breezily content-free as you can possibly imagine.
Possible redeeming features:
- Evidence that Jennifer Lopez looks better now than she did ten years (and
three half a dozen versions of Photoshop) ago;
- Attempt (in a Tom 'n' Katie article) to explain the theology, such as it is, of Scientology;
- This Fashion Police comment about a weirdly-dotted outfit worn by Kelly Osbourne: "Cruella De Vil: The Sock Hop Years."
Not much fun otherwise, but it's not like I was expecting much.
Posted at 4:22 PM to Dyssynergy
Early 1997 saw the release of Adobe Photoshop 4.0, way back before "Camera RAW" was anything other than a potential name for a porn theater.
Last month's Photoshop CS3 is, by the older system, Photoshop 10.0. If they're still using Photoshop 7 at US Weekly, you should demand your money back. Or someone's money back. Or a Photoshop upgrade.