Much has been made about the impact of heavily retouched photos on self-image amongst women/girls (though males are not excluded by any means). A Dartmouth College computer science prof has developed an algorithm to determine the extent of retouching. Could we be headed for legislation requiring 'truth in editing'? This New York Times article (Photoshopped or Not? A Tool to Tell) expounds on the subject here. And for eye-popping before/after images see this page. Tangential is the prominent role parents ought to play in educating children about retouching and modeling healthy self-esteem. Many parents, however, are too busy playing the game.