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(Re)touching lives through photos

This is a beautiful story of a group of photo retouchers who decided to help victims of the 2011 Tsunami in Japan by rescuing photos that had been nearly destroyed by the water and mud.

100s of people who normally make skinny models even skinnier with their Photoshop wizardry joined together to save 10.000s of images  and thereby giving back hope to people who might have lost everything else in their lives.

It is a great story that shows that many people love helping other people in need and are jumping at the chance to contribute with their skills to make the world a happier place and to give their own existences a much deeper meaning.

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