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An incredibly clever way to document children's dreams for their future. What do you want to be when you grow up?

An incredibly clever way to document children's dreams for their future. What do you want to be when you grow up?

10x baby’s in een cameratas

10x baby’s in een cameratas

10x baby’s in een cameratas

10x baby’s in een cameratas

Satisfying Arrangements Of Everyday Objects By Emily Blincoe | Bored Panda

Satisfying Arrangements Of Everyday Objects By Emily Blincoe | Bored Panda

Mapping 2013 on Behance Use a process like this for "identity/self-concept" activity about skin color/shade/tone/palette.  Put vertical photo strip of every child together on a couple images to make a collective face.

Mapping 2013 on Behance Use a process like this for "identity/self-concept" activity about skin color/shade/tone/palette. Put vertical photo strip of every child together on a couple images to make a collective face.

The first visual element that grabs my attention is the young woman looking downward at herself looking back up. This repeating element serves to drive the idea of self evaluation stretched to the infinite. The corkscrew effect with the picture frame conveys direction and flow of the piece. However, the message may not come out clearly due to lack of emotion and contrasting elements.

The first visual element that grabs my attention is the young woman looking downward at herself looking back up. This repeating element serves to drive the idea of self evaluation stretched to the infinite. The corkscrew effect with the picture frame conveys direction and flow of the piece. However, the message may not come out clearly due to lack of emotion and contrasting elements.

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clever http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2209095/Ulric-Collette-Artist-creates-bizarre-genetic-portraits-featuring-heads-siblings-parents-children.html

Minimalist Black & White Photography of Optical Illusions by Chema Madoz

Minimalist Black & White Photography of Optical Illusions by Chema Madoz

The photographer of this simulated double exposure snapped two photos, cropped out the hand, and pasted one atop the other in Photoshop. He set the opacity of both at 50 percent and fiddled with the brightness and contrast until he found a happy medium. That’s it. No masks, no in-camera editing.

The photographer of this simulated double exposure snapped two photos, cropped out the hand, and pasted one atop the other in Photoshop. He set the opacity of both at 50 percent and fiddled with the brightness and contrast until he found a happy medium. That’s it. No masks, no in-camera editing.

Soekmin Ko

Soekmin Ko