Odds are that you saw this Upworthy video on your Facebook wall in the last month or so. People (or at least our friends on Facebook) are sick and tired of the false standard of beauty created by Photoshop. Back in the 1890s, you didn't have to worry much about that false standard of beauty. There was some level of retouching in the late 19th century, but obviously it was nothing near what we have today. The five dollar bill is based on a photo in which Lincoln's head was place on John C. Calhoun's body, but the wrinkles and blemishes are evident in any picture of Honest Abe. The crude nature of the 19th century version of photo retouching meant that it would have been obvious if pounds were shaved off and curves were added to your favorite celebrities.