Photographer Analyzes His Subjects’ Brain Waves To Construct Portraits Of Their Ideal Selves

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Most of us have an image of our ideal selves cemented in our minds, an image we can see clear as day in our heads but can’t seem to properly render or describe so that others can see how we’d really like to look.

But photographer Scott Chasserot came up with a pretty clever way to discover how people wish they looked based on their brain waves for his idealized portrait series Original Ideal:

Chasserot took simple and unadorned head shots of his volunteers, then by using an editing software, he made dozens of altered versions based on the “scientifically established canons of beauty.”

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