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Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) By Ulric Collette

Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) By Ulric Collette

Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) By Ulric Collette

Photographer Ulric Collette’s series of photos called Portraits Genetiques (Genetic Portraits) shows just how similar family members are. sneakers blanc Homme Asics He splits the photos down the middle and splices together faces of family members. St. Louis Cardinals Store Mothers, Nike Air Max 90 Donna daughters, Asics Gel Lyte 3 fathers and brothers… all of them seem so similar when you put them side-by-side. Air Max 2016 Sale These photos show you just how powerful genetics are.

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Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

German photographer Frauke Theilking‘s photo project called “Generation” captures the similarities and differences between generations. Each photo pairs up a parent and child, either a mother/daughter or father/son, side by side.
Looking at the two figures, there are apparent likenesses and gaps. For a lot of the images, it feels like looking at a split-screen of the same person at different stages in their life.

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

Observing Generation Gaps by Frauke Theilking

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Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

Life As We Know It by Adrian Sommeling

A gifted conceptual photographer and a father, Adrian Sommeling beautifully and creatively integrates the aspects of his life into his photo concepts. His photos are imaginative and tell stories and his six year old son is the star in every image.

Dutch photographer Sommeling was inspired by seeing the world through the eyes of his 6-year-old son. “He likes to pose as a model for my creations, as long as I want to play with him after that. I’m happy he can focus for a long period of time when he has to act. Many children that are in front of the camera can only concentrate for a few minutes.”

By using unique post processing and HDR techniques, Sommeling has found a very creative style of story telling. With only a couple of years of professional photography, he sure is gaining popularity in the photography industry.

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