The current edition of Colors Magazine is all about photo studios where people can have their portraits taken. They went to nine different studios and, after introducing them, show samples.
I really can’t decide which one is most ridiculous or sad or funny or hilarious. Can you really tell a difference between a group of Israeli girls in the army posing with their guns and a teenager from Lebanon doing them same? Seems like we have to add some words to be able to add those “good” and “evil” attributes - attributes we seem to be depending on so much lately to make sense of this world (or so they want to make us believe).
Are we - who make fun of the Talebans’ portraits - in any position to think we’re superior with our magazines where none of the people looks like any person we know in real life (due to the extended digital air-brushing - that, in the most exteme cases, produces women with bare breasts but without any nipples)?