The Toronto Star reports that Lifetouch Inc., North America’s largest school photograph company, is offering a new service that will touch up student photos to remove blemishes for an extra $6, making awkward yearbook photos a thing of the past. Demand for the service is high among students, especially in secondary school. However, critics are concerned about the possible deleterious effect it could have on girls who might feel pressure to conform to unrealistic standards of beauty. Cathy Wing, director of education for Ottawa’s Media Awareness Network, believes offering this service to young kids could eventually be “setting them up for ‘You’re not attractive enough so let’s manipulate your photos’.” However, Lifetouch said the new retouch service is a response to changing market realities, technology, and consumer demand…