(MIAMI HERALD) "You’ve heard of so-called influencers editing their photos with filters, Photoshop and other social media tools. But one Florida high school took images to a new level.
Bartram Trail High Schoolin St. Johns County released its yearbook last Wednesday, and some of the photos went through a transformation. Apparently, an editor digitally altered 80 photos to make ninth-grade female students show less skin.
The school admitted that any teen’s picture that showed too chest, cleavage, even shoulders, was digitally altered. The somewhat crude changes were made by the yearbook’s faculty adviser because the photos didn’t follow the school’s dress code, according to the St. Johns County School District."