Kerry Washington Says She Was Photoshopped On Magazine Cover: 'I Was Taken Aback'
Kerry Washington says she is no stranger to Photoshop, but is still upset she looks different on new Adweek cover.
Kerry Washington is accusing Adweek of Photoshopping her on their recent magazine cover.
Some say the photo has been altered so much that it makes her look like fellow actress Scarlett Johansson.
"It felt strange to look at a picture of myself that is so different from what I look like when I look in the mirror," the actress wrote on Instagram on Tuesday afternoon.
This is not the first time she's been Photoshopped. On an InStyle magazine cover in 2013, her skin appeared to have been lightened.
In her Instagram post, Washington wrote: "Look, I'm no stranger to Photoshopping. It happens a lot. In a way, we have become a society of picture adjusters — who doesn't love a filter?!?"
Adweek says the only alteration was to the actress’ hair to give it a little extra volume
Jim Cooper, the editorial director for Adweek, responded to Washington’s comments in a tweet.
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