If you're dogmatic about being a photographic purist, then this video might be too much to handle for you. If, on the other hand, you're open to new ways of creating and experimenting with Photoshop, then this will be right up your alley.
Commercial advertising photographer and Canon Explorer of Light, Joel Grimes, is a firm believer that a camera is a tool to be used in conjunction with other tools — like Photoshop — in order to bring a vision to life, as opposed to something that's purely used to document a moment in time. Everyone has their own process and everyone has a right to choose how they create or take photographs. If you don't like post-processing or if you think that altering the original composition with the warp tool is sacrilege, then that's your process, and that's okay.
You don't have to add or remove things from your photos in order to make them "better." But as long as people are upfront about how they create their art, then there really shouldn't be any objections. It is, after all, an art. Obviously, if you're a photojournalist on an assignment then you need to operate under a different set of rules or guidelines but photography isn't just about the decisive moment. The camera is a tool to be explored, not boxed into a strict category.