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Childhood Cartoon Characters Illustrated As Criminals And Demons

Childhood Cartoon Characters Illustrated As Criminals And Demons

Childhood Cartoon Characters Illustrated As Criminals And Demons

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Kids Photography by Elena Karneeva

Kids Photography by Elena Karneeva

Kids Photography by Elena Karneeva

Moscow-based children’s photographer Elena Karneeva sees something special in each child and captures each magic moment in the children’s life. It’s all about learning to see the world through the eyes of a child. And sometimes, Karneeva takes hours before she can can take that prefect shot, but the effort is worth it as the resulting images are unique and beautiful, just like every child is.

According to her, “When photographing children it is important to dive into the world of childhood, to anticipate and feel the movement of the child, understand his motivation. To be a children’s photographer – so learn to look at the world through the eyes of a child. And most importantly – do not spare the time, after a successful picture is often necessary to wait for hours”

While anyone with a digital camera can take a picture of a baby and a dog, Elena takes great pains to get the perfect shot.

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The Dreamkeepers by Polixeni Papapetrou

The Dreamkeepers by Polixeni Papapetrou

The Dreamkeepers by Polixeni Papapetrou

The Dreamkeepers photography project by Polixeni Papapetrou explores an unknown filled with dreams, fears and hopes. Papapetrou created a space for transformation for the children as they transitioned from childhood to adolescence. This space is part fantasy and part reality.

Papapetrou’s photography practice has involved collaboration with her children and their friends for over a decade. The subjects in this photo project are her own children, aged 13 and 15. She became interested in reflecting upon the transition of one phase of life to another. In this project, Papapetrou used the technique of collapsing the life cycle into one body. It is both a representation of youth and the aged and a meditation on being itself.

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