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Posted: June 20, 2016

Photoshop artist takes requests, but his creations are brutally literal

By Cox Media Group National Content Desk

People have been using Photoshop to edit and enhance photos for years. 

The software is used to remove blemishes and wayward hairs, alter body shapes and change any backdrop from one scene to another. 

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One designer, James Fridman, has seemingly mastered the graphics editor. 

Fridman, who created his Twitter account in March, has only tweeted 73 times and has nearly 433,000 followers.

While Fridman has kept details about his personal life private -- his tweets consist entirely of other people's photos -- he invites people to send him their photos with requests to edit them. 

And Fridman makes sure to give the people exactly what they want -- his interpretations are extremely literal.

See more of Fridman's work here.

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