Fotofix.com Improves Hillary Clinton's Image -- Literally

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Call it Cleavage-gate. When photos of Hillary Clinton's cleavage peeking out of a revealing V-neck made the news, there's no doubt she would have liked a do-over.

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    Fortunately, that image do-over can now be achieved-after the fact. Whether retouching Hillary's cleavage, Fred Thompson's facial creases, or the dark circles under Giuliani's eyes, the ability to go back and improve an image is now available to candidates for president and candidates for Mom of the Year alike.

Hillary's birthday is this weekend, and what woman entering her sixties wouldn't want to appear a bit more youthful, a little more rested? Fotofix.com, a new online photo enhancement service, gave a little help to Hillary, and is now bringing professionally styled photos to the people, so that anyone can visually correct unsightly scars, deep wrinkles, uneven skin tone or red eye.

The process has about a 24-hour turnaround-with customers posting photos directly to the site or sending them via email or a cell phone. The photos are then altered at low or no cost to the consumer.

Harnessing the talents of a team of professional photographers and artists, Fotofix.com can glamorize an online profile image, improve a dating picture or even remove an old girlfriend from the frame-something the other Clinton could have certainly employed during his presidency.

Fotofix.com can't guarantee it will increase votes, but it can guarantee an improved, more polished image-something the candidates, no matter their political persuasion, can all support.

Fotofix.com was launched on Friday, October 26, 2007. Read the press release here http://tinyurl.com/2s3seu.

About Fotofix.com

Fotofix.com offers world-class digital photo enhancement and correction that was, until now, available only to those with the skill or the money for professional retouching. Fotofix.com is working to change this, by removing barriers to easy, affordable photo editing.

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