Man From Russia Uses Photoshop to Add Himself In Emily Ratajkowski's Photos

Ian Anglin June 17th 2018 Entertainment
Emily Ratajkowski is a famous model and actress that first rose to popularity with her appearance on the somewhat controversial video by Robin Thicke for the song "Blurred Lines". She is also very prominent on social media, notably Instagram, and has been featured in several big magazines such as the 2014 and 2015 Sports Illustrated swimsuit issues. Emily's had acting roles in movies such as Entourage and Gone Girl, and her photos have been used in other unusual ways.
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Max Used Photoshop to Pose Together With Emily Ratajkowski
Max is a student from Russia who is quite handy when it comes to Photoshop, and combining that with his admiration for Emily has produced a series of interesting pictures. In fact, Max is known to use photos by Emily Ratajkowski and adding himself next to her via Photoshop. Certain photos include both of them laying next to each other holding hands, or him posing in a squatting position as Emily stands near a car.
As of now, Max is sharing his home with his grandmother and this is what he had to say in regards to Emily and the whole situation: "For this year I plan to go to Emily, but I do not want to leave my grandmother either, well, we'll visit often". Max has used Photoshop to place himself next to Emily on a beach, on a boat, as well as on the red carpet.
Emily and Her Outlook on Women Empowerment
As mentioned earlier, Emily rose to popularity when she first appeared in the "Blurred Lines" video which was met with certain controversy. When asked whether she felt the video was sexist, this is what Emily answered: "I don't. I really appreciate the people who watch out for that stuff, and I'm sensitive to those sort of things. We're directed to have a sort of confidence, a sarcastic attitude about the whole situation."
In fact, Emily went on to say that she found the video empowering: "That eye contact and that attitude really puts us in a power situation. We really worked on that and tried to convey that in the video. The way we are annoying them, being playful and having a good time - it's something very important for young women today to have that confidence. I think it's actually celebrating women and their bodies.
Emily Continues To Promote Body Positivity
Not too long ago, Emily revealed a huge surprise when she announced that she had, in fact, got married. What was interesting is the way the proposal had gone: "He proposed to me at Minetta Tavern, and he didn't have a ring so I was like, 'mmm, nah.' And then he took the paper clip that the bill was paid with and made me a ring which I actually thought was really romantic".
Even though she is now married, something that may have displeased Max, at least he can still look at his Photoshop 'enhanced' pictures. As for Emily, she remains to do her thing, being a prominent social media figure and progressing with her career. She also continues to share body positive message with quotes such as: "Boobs are funny. They hurt sometimes, and sometimes they're the thing that makes me feel the most powerful."

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