Hollyoaks Hottie Gemma Merna Shows What A Difference Photoshop Makes To Her Body – the 29-year old Hollyoaks actress is known for her killer curves and has had numerous magazine features over the last few years but wanted to show that even she gets improved thanks to digital technology.
In a new photo feature in the latest edition of new! magazine Gemma is shown in both the original untouched photo and in a comparison photo that has been digitally manipulated.
The side by side photos graphically reveal that all number of tricks can be played using a digital adjustment program such as Photoshop with Gemma’s legs being made thinner and longer, her skin tone being evened out across her body, her waist slimmed and shadow added to her breasts making that famous cleavage stand out even more. The program was even used to remove the small amount of creasing that showed on her underwear.
Gemma admitted that she was a little nervous about this photo shoot as she was really putting herself on the line and said that like all women she too suffered from insecurities about her body. Whilst she said that she had grown more confident as she had grown older she also admitted that with age there came other pressures about changes in her body.
Gemma Merna Untouched Photo – Click to enlarge
Gemma Merna Retouched Photo – Click to enlarge
She has previously spoken about how a breast-enlargement op at the age of 21-years old gave her greatly increased confidence and over the last few years she has certainly shown that the cosmetic op looks to have been money well spent.
Gemma says that she feels under a lot of pressure to look good and as a result spends a lot of time working out at the gym. She believes that society is obsessed with the weight of its celebrities.
In spite of that great looking body Gemma says that she looks up to celebrities such as Kim Kardashian and Scarlett Johansson, saying that she would love to look like them.
You can see more photos and read the full interview in the latest edition of now! magazine which is out now.