PYLOT Magazine Doesn’t Use Photoshop

Home and family are the topics of PYLOT's July issue.

The creative team of the fashion magazine PYLOT presented their second issue with no photoshopped photos. The issue features family fashion and housekeeping. The magazine, as promised, continues to follow the “anti-touch” principle, publishing only original images. The magazine is taking a stand against contemporary technologies.

“The soul of the magazine is devoted to the publication of all analogue fashion, fine art and architectural images. It subscribes to a strict no beauty re-touching policy, celebrating the unique artistry of analogue processes. The objective is to offer readers a critically engaging, rich and multi-faceted content. Through the craft of creating images PYLOT looks to explore the ever-increasing questions that form around the ethical uses of photography in fashion and popular culture,” writes PYLOT.

Price of the magazine is €28.


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