Flora Borsi's photo series looks at how faces could be altered if we applied the application's tools in our daily lives.

Hungary-based photographer and graphic designer Flora Borsi‘s photo series imagines what Photoshop would look like in real life. Whereas designers use the tools to manipulate digital images to exact specifications, if used in the real world they could fix blemishes, change hues, and replace plastic surgery.

The light-hearted photos raise questions about the use of airbrushing and other tools in Photoshop to create ‘perfect' images that are unattainable by natural means in real life. Click through to see Borsi's photo series:

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