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Portraits of Identical Twins Reveal Similarities and Differences at Age 50

Portraits of Identical Twins Reveal Similarities and Differences at Age 50

Portraits of Identical Twins Reveal Similarities and Differences at Age 50

According to Confucius, Adidas Zx 800 Heren 50 is the age when people begin to understand their fate. To visually explore this concept, Asics Pas Cher Beijing-based photographer Gao Rongguo created a series, Air Max Baratas entitled Identical Twins, Air Jordan 3 Uomo in which he captures twin brothers and sisters from the Shandong province, where the Rongguo grew up.

The project features a side-view picture of each twin placed side-by-side so that it appears as if the two are standing face to face. Fjällräven Kånken Sverige The series invites viewers to consider the differences between them, mochilas kanken and to explore how the world can change the inner self and the physical appearances of people over time. Air Jordan 6 Donna Rongguo says, “He/she used to have the same face, Nike Air Max 2016 Dames Zwart living in the same family,

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Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House by Manuel Cosentino

 Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House by Manuel Cosentino

Dramatic Changes in Landscape Behind a Tiny House by Manuel Cosentino

Photographers have a penchant for finding beauty in simple things – it’s their talent, and Italian photographer Manuel Cosentino is sure one of them. The subject of the project Behind a Little House is a tiny house positioned on an unnamed hill. Cosentino photographed the small residence for two years, capturing dramatic change of weather patterns that took place within the horizon just beyond the little house.

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Time Is A Dimension: Cityscapes Transition from Night to Day by Fong Qi Wei

Time Is A Dimension by Fong Qi Wei

Time Is A Dimension by Fong Qi Wei

These stunning photographs by Fong Qi Wei are an attempt to capture the passage of time in still images and showcase colorful depictions of city life. Wei would like to invent a way to show how scenes change over time, without using a video camera or time-lapse photography. So he spends two to four hours shooting the same location between sunrise and sunset to record the dramatic change in light. He then layers various exposures and create collage images that shows the relationship between time and light.

Time Is A Dimension by Fong Qi Wei

Time Is A Dimension by Fong Qi Wei

Time Is A Dimension by Fong Qi Wei

Time Is A Dimension by Fong Qi Wei

Fong Qi Wei explains:

Most paintings and photographs are an instance of time. That’s not the way the world works. We experience a sequence of time, and that’s why a video is somehow more compelling than a freeze frame. I work in the confines of a photographic print, because I like to do so. But in a way, I wanted to break out of this restriction of a single slice of time in photography…Similarly, our experience of a scene is more than a snapshot. We often remember a sequence of events rather than a still frame full of details. In this series, I strive to capture both details and also a sequence of time in a single 2 dimensional canvas. I hope it gives you pause and reconsider what you experience versus what you shoot with your next camera phone.

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