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Priceless Expressions of Fathers After Their Child’s Birth

Priceless Expressions of Fathers After Their Child's Birth

Priceless Expressions of Fathers After Their Child’s Birth

How do you think would a man look minutes after their child’s birth? Extreme happiness, Air Max Baratas terror and excitement? Photographer Dave Young captured these expressions just minutes after their partner gave birth. Chaussures Nike 2017 These are 100% real and extreme emotions. hogan scarpes italia On the nights of April 23rd to April 26th, Goedkoop Nike Air Max Young walked through the halls of London’s Chelsea and Westminster hospital and encountered face to face with these fathers. nike air max 1 Not only did he took their photos, cheap nike trainers he also asked them to share a message they’d want to send out to their new little ones.

The photo series was created to launch a special Father’s Day book by The Book of Everyone,

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Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions by Mike Larremore

Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions by Mike Larremore

Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions by Mike Larremore

Mike Larremore, a Denver-based portrait photographer created a photo series entitled Faceboard Project which showcases an amazing range of human emotions. Each image is made up of 16 individual photographs that show the subject in a variety of facial expressions. From anger and fear to amusement and happiness, Larremore’s photos capture the spirit of all the ups and downs that are a part of being human.

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Mixed Emotions by Alexandra Klever

Mixed Emotions by Alexandra Klever

Mixed Emotions by Alexandra Klever

Alexandra Klever is a talented photographer specializing in Children and Beauty. She likes to work with all ages, but she really enjoy working with kids and babies. Klever’s clients are usually advertising agencies from all over the world – France, Finland, Spain and Argentina to name a few. She also works for editorial clients and also do quite a lot of personal projects.

Her photo project Mixed Emotions explores the wide range of emotions that can be found in the faces of very young kids which allow us to catch a glimpse of their individual personalities. These are kids who are on the verge of tears, crying, just finished crying, about to throw a tantrum, and thinking of the pros and cons of throwing a tantrum.

Klever explains how kids should only have one “profession” – being children, which is why she loves to capture their natural spontaneity, enthusiasm, and charm. She works with carefully chosen team who are all experienced and enjoy working with kids to help then feel at ease while shooting.

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All The Wild Horses by Andrew McGibbon

All The Wild Horses by Andrew McGibbon

All The Wild Horses by Andrew McGibbon

Photographer Andrew McGibbon has focused on commercial photography for a couple of years now and he wants to explore fine art photography, and this led to his photo project All The Wild Horses. He started shooting last January 2012 and had exhibition on March.

The horses’ photos appeal to people the way they are lit. People seem to respond to the emotions that are shown in the animals. McGibbon’s ambition with this project was that even people who usually don’t care too much for horses would react emotionally, so in that sense he believed he succeeded.

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Keep Her Unnoticed by Maria Falconer

Keep Her Unnoticed by Maria Falconer

Keep Her Unnoticed by Maria Falconer

The Keep Her Unnoticed photography project by photographer Maria Falconer is a body of work surrounding the subject of domestic violence. This project shows the fear, violence and low self-esteem that women experience after being in an abusive relationship.

Falconer used body languages to portray emotional aspects into her images. In the above image shows a woman is slung over a banister along with the other possessions a man has left there, just like an object waiting to be used. In another image, we can see a woman falling in a train track, an action that suggests powerlessness and lack of confidence.

“Photography is not just a job, it’s my passion; The camera is not just a mirror, it’’s a creative tool; Creativity plus passion equals unique images.” – Maria Falconer

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Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi

Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi

Touching Strangers by Richard Renaldi

Richald Renaldi, a New York based photographer is behind this unusual photography project called “Touching Strangers.” He asks strangers and make them pose as if they know each other. The project conveys more than just the pat, the kiss, the hug because it stirs up far more emotions.

His aim was to encourage people to break away from who they are and interact with strangers with their bodies touching in some way. It creates intimate relationship that exists only in the photograph. The images are both beautiful and strange and crosses the boarders that lies between strangers.

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