Hokay. So—let's assume that fashion companies must photoshop their ads in the name of perfect aesthetics and traumatizing women everywhere. Fine, do what you have to, fashion companies! But why don't you hire people who actually know what the hell they are doing instead of using the incompetent morons you currently employ?
Just check the example above. That's Candice Swanepoel in a photo from the latest Victoria's Secret catalog. And unless Candice modifies each and every one of her photos to hide the fact that one of her breasts is the size of a cantaloupe, it seems obvious that this image has been photoshopped by some ham-handed operator working for the lingerie company.
The left-hand breast has been scaled up to almost double the size of the right one. If you zoom in, you will even see parts of the enlarged breast that are straight. It if were a unretouched photo, the flesh wouldn't be straight. Some of the patterns on the bra are also obviously larger than the other ones, which indicate the use of the always abused Liquify tool in Photoshop.
Unless their Multi-Way Bras works asymmetrically, making one breast bigger than the other. An unlikely scenario.
This is not the first time that the lingerie company has retouched their models. But when they have increased their models' bra cup size from B to C in the past, at least they increased both of them.
Oh well, perhaps it's ok that all these companies insist on hiring the klutziest butterfingered half-blind photochop amateurs they can find. And idiot editors and marketing execs too. That way women everywhere would be able to clearly see the farce that these catalogs truly are. [Yodona—In Spanish]