ThatsWhatSheaSaid101 karma2020-07-20 21:19:52 UTC
Admittedly this is not related to your inventions (which are amazing, BTW), and I recognize that this might come off as kind of a rude question (not my intent at all but I can understand if it does), but it's something I've been really curious about since I started following you on Twitter and I've kinda been dying to ask you this question:
Why do you photoshop/enhance your already-beautiful eyes in your promotional photos?
When I first started following you and saw your photos, I couldn't believe how green your eyes were. Just, amazingly beautiful. At first I wasn't sure if they were really that green, but every single photo you posted had the same color eyes, so I assumed they were just unusually vivid and I was floored with how pretty they were. But then I saw some videos, and I noticed your eyes in your videos were not quite as green as the ones in photos, and I could only conclude that you must enhance the vividness of your eyes in your publicity photos.
I don't really know what I'm getting at here, and I totally understand if you don't answer this question. But my thought is that you already have amazingly pretty eyes. Like, one-in-a-million set of gorgeous green eyeballs. So why go the extra step to make them look unnaturally green? Is it a vanity thing? Or is it an unconscious thing and you just make all of your photos extra saturated? I work in design and illustration which requires a lot of attention to detail, so it might just be that this stuck out for me specifically because of the line of work I'm in and not something that anyone else really notices.
~A girl probably a tad too obsessed with how pretty your eyes are lol
EDIT: Example just so everyone doesn't think I'm totally crazy
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ThatsWhatSheaSaid55 karma2020-07-20 21:28:59 UTC
That is a perfectly legitimate answer, thanks for replying!
ThatsWhatSheaSaid21 karma2016-09-25 00:39:41 UTC
My favorite quote about writing is something along the lines of "You don't have to get everything right the first time. Unlike, say, a neurosurgeon."
ThatsWhatSheaSaid16 karma2015-10-22 07:10:57 UTC
/u/BillMurrayTranslator is really stealing the show in this AMA...
ThatsWhatSheaSaid14 karma2015-09-30 16:16:29 UTC
Awwww, I failed at fostering too. I regret nothing! Best failure of my life :)
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