Facebook Photos: Airbrush Away the Age

Social network's users defy age using everything from professional services to smartphone apps.
1:32 | 11/20/12

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Reporter: Celebrities have benefited from artificial enhancement for years. And now, we can, too. The key in this age when our online persona is arguably more important than the reality. The days of, that bare, fresh-faced, no retouching, are kind of behind us. I think we're all moving into an era that is so easy to do. Reporter: I found some guinea pigs in our newsroom. My buddy, michael, didn't get much sleep last night. No biggie. There you go. Ha. Reporter: Before. Half. Josh before. Josh after. And brandie -- I'm not even going to mess with perfection. I'm working with professionals right here. But there's no -- pimple eraser.Com can deal with mt. Saint helens on your stin. But there are drawbacks. If you're into online dating, that's not a good thing to do. You're going to show up to meet somebody and not look like that picture. And you're going to see someone's face just fall. Reporter: A quick troll of awkwardfamilyphotos.Com, shows we don't know our best side. And to get too enthusiastic with your primping tools, then the reality will come as a crushing disappointment. For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. Not at all, nick.

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