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Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

Infrared Photographs of Nepal by Sean Lynch

These are snapshots of New York based photographer Sean Lynch using his Kodak EIR film turning the mountain ranges and landscapes of the Annapurna Himalayan Range in Nepal into an something spread of pink acid-tinged grass and cotton candy trees. Oakley pas cher Mountains and valleys mimic rugs and coral reefs, adidas nmd schoenen guiding the viewer through a different view of Nepal.

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Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae Transforms Herself into Incredible Characters

Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae Transforms Herself into Incredible Characters

Makeup Artist Elsa Rhae Transforms Herself into Incredible Characters

Elsa Rhae has incredible talent in face paintings using makeup. adidas chaussures homme She can transform herself into a number of fantastic creations. air max 2017 goedkoop Rhae will even go as far to color her hair and neck to extend the illusion. kyrie 1 pas cher We see her as a White Walker, Fjallraven Kanken Baratas The Joker, asics running pas cher The Grinch, Dallas Mavericks and much more.

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Faces of Models Transformed Into 2D Images by Alexander Khokhlov

Faces of Models Transformed Into 2D Images by Alexander Khokhlov

Faces of Models Transformed Into 2D Images by Alexander Khokhlov

“2D Or Not 2D” photo project is the second collaboration between Russian photographer Alexander Khokhlov and make-up artist Valeriya Kutsan, with the assistance of Veronica Ershova in retouching and post-production of the images. They have created a series of portraits that play with the natural lines of their models’ faces and twist them into strange new forms.

Inspired by 2D posters, the aim of the project was to transform models’ faces into 2D images. Kutsan’s makeup design flattens the faces of the models, while the angles chosen by Khokhlov and enhanced by Ershova contribute to the overall illusion of 2D representation.

According to Khokhlov – “Valeriya used different techniques of face painting so you can see a lot of variations – from sketch and graphic arts to water-colour and oil-paintings. This is a combination of interesting make-ups, studio photography experiments and careful retouching.”

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Before and After by Sue Bryce

Before and After by Sue Bryce

Before and After by Sue Bryce

Famous photographer Sue Bryce has been for 23 years and one of her most celebrated photography projects is entitled Before and After. Her style is contemporary fashion inspired portraiture. Her photo sessions are pamper sessions, a girls day out and a perfect reason to celebrate everything about being a woman, young or old.

Sue Bryce has a way of transforming her subjects without much use of Photoshop, just the help of hair, makeup and of course Bryce’s incredible skill behind the camera. Bryce is very meticulous and she always notices every single detail, whether the jaw is relaxed or that is the hair is big enough. She brings out the inner goddess of of her subjects and produces beautiful and stunning images.

Bryce’s greatest lesson for all of her subjects is beauty. That beauty is beyond the physical and radiates from all of us – we just have to coax it out and it is something that shines from inside out.

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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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