Utah School Alters Yearbook Photos to Show Less Skin

Some students at Wasatch High School say the alterations were inconsistent and done without their knowledge.
0:53 | 05/29/14

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Administrators at a Utah high school are defending their decision to Photoshop yearbook photos deemed too sexy they say they covered up. Exposed shoulders and cleavage but some -- -- the photo shopping was inconsistent. With girls. Getting an entirely different outfits the superintendent says students were Warren's and the practice has become standard. In the -- book industry. We only apologize in the sense that that we want to be more consistent. With what it is we're trying to do in that sense we're hoping that we can help kids better prepared -- for their futures by knowing how to dress appropriately for. He -- to meet Tony before they and it made -- -- to fix it. So you are finding -- picture at Philly they put names and hot pick and chose and their plant growth who ended up -- thicker -- cops. And half -- -- got edited and half of them did.

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