Students at a Utah high school are outraged after administrators altered yearbook photos of some female students so that they showed less skin.
Salt Lake City's Fox 13 News reports that the edits to the photos in Wasatch High School's yearbook appeared to be done inconsistently and even randomly. "In one case, two different girls were wearing nearly identical tops: One photo was altered to add sleeves and the other was not," the station reports.
While the Wasatch County School District's superintendent admitted that the school was inconsistent in its photoshopping, he added that students were clearly alerted to the fact that their photos may be altered and were warned that the dress code would be enforced.
Check out one example of the photoshopping below. -- Jordan Valinsky