Justified & Ancient
- Jan 15, 2017
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That's a good point, and I agree. Bear in mind that professional models are expected to provide an array of facial expressions - in a controlled manner and on demand.Nonsense, the proposed images could clearly be the same person just pulling different facial expressions.
Alternatively, this binary difference could be explained by nothing more conspiratorial than whether the level of active meds in her bloodstream is sufficient or not.I admit I wondered if the photos of Melania smiling while she was with Trump was the double, knowing she wasn't actually married to him, while the photos of her and Donald T. where she looks as miserable as sin is the 'real' one? ...
It probably just depends how recently she has had her fillers.Thing is, from different photos she seems to have a ... well, different smile. Some show her with very taut cheeks and pronounced cheekbones when others show them as more full.
And not like a hamster pouching food.
One of the medications that per his doctors Trump was given for Covid has a common side effect of being mood affecting. While her treatment for her Covid infection wasn't released, she could have received the same med. There doesn't have to be anything nefarious here.Allegedly.
This image very likely isn't photoshopped, the credits says it's by (Image: Chris Kleponis - Pool via CNP / MEGA). As a pool photograph it's taken by a photojournalist from the rotating pool of majors news agency reporters that are assigned to follow the President (there's not room for every reporter to follow him, so there's a system for who gets to do it and the reports are available to all news organizations). Photoshopping would be at best very bad for that person's professional reputation.
There are levels of photoshopping, though. Adjusting colour curves and saturation, sharpening images etc are all fairly anodyne elements in a process that really just equates with the old school development stage - but those processes, although not serious manipulation of the content of an image, might leave anomalies that look like evidence of such....Photoshopping would be at best very bad for that person's professional reputation.