Photoshop is often used to manipulate imagery in ways that don’t benefit society (promoting unrealistic body expectations or fanning the flames of racial/political divide). For example, an image of a Seattle Seahawks locker-room victory dance—primitively doctored to feature a burning flag—has recently been circulating on social media. To prevent this kind of disingenuous use, I think Photoshop should provide a simple mechanism for identifying images that have been altered in any way. We have conventions for noting these deviations from original source in print (i.e., brackets around changed content) and video (i.e., “This film has been modified from its original format...”), but not static imagery. I feel that Adobe could address a growing societal issue with a simple, unobtrusive UI element that denotes alteration from original format. Something similar to—but more subtle than—a watermark on unlicensed images. I am an Adobe employee (Digital Marketing BU), but don’t know anyone specific with whom to share this idea.