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Photographs have been edited since the dawn of photography, believe it or not. New technologies such as Adobe's Lightroom and Photoshop have only deepened and extended the process.

The below 1950's postcards are one of the most common forms of photographic manipulation used in the era of film photography. Photographers would pose a model using a small studio set and a few props and then an artist would literally come in and redraw the photograph. The artist would make minor adjusts on the scene; adding backgrounds and even making the model look more "saucy." Take a look below at the photographs and their postcard counterparts.

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