It’s not necessarily a Photoshop debacle, but check out Grammy-winning singer Adele before (as shown here) and after shown here in the new "Shape" issue of Vogue. As jezebel.com points out,
“She is…wearing black and lying on a bed. Her body is contorted so that she is creating a shape; that way, you can't see what her actual shape is. Her hand partially covers her face, perhaps to downplay its roundness?”
Are you offended by the clear (yet decidedly sneaky) manipulation of her body to make her appear curvy but not plus-sized? Or does it not bother you – it’s just a flattering pose? Does this cover need an Airbrush Warning sign?