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Family tree, an experiment of visual DNA by Bobby Neel Adams

Family tree, an experiment of visual DNA by Bobby Neel Adams

Bobby Neel Adams "Family Tree" photos - neat!

Bobby Neel Adams creates what he called "AgeMaps": Bobby [the artist] at age 36 and 6 .

Age Maps by Bobby Neel Adams

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams combines two photos of his portraits subjects—one as a youth and one as an adult—into composite portraits he calls “AgeMaps.

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Genetic Portraits: "Canada-based photographer Ulric Collette made his first genetic portrait by combining a photograph of himself and his son (the first picture). That was the start of a photo series he calls 'Genetic Portraits'.

Lorna, 7 and 25 years old - Age Maps by Bobby Neil Adams

Bobby Neel Adams came up with his "Age Map" series in There was no Photoshop back then so he had to be creative to make a composite image of two photos.

Bobby Neal. Family tree

Mother and Son - Family Trees by Bobby Neel Adams

Bobby Neel Adams http://www.bobbyneeladams.com/family.html Photographing the same person, only years later (use old family photos and take ones now, merge them).

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams combines two photos of his portraits subjects—one as a youth and one as an adult—into composite portraits he calls “AgeMaps.

(People/ Imagination) This brings another meaning to the term, 'two -faced'. This can also link to words like 'combined', 'as one' or 'individually'

(People/ Imagination) This brings another meaning to the term, 'two -faced'. This can also link to words like 'combined', 'as one' or 'individually'

AgeMaps of Celebrities by Bobby Neal Adams

contrast, Photgraphy by Bobby Neel Adams. "AgeMaps" Spliced pictures of the same person when they are young and old

DREAMERS COLLECTIVE: Barbara Kruger

This is called Untitled (You are not yourself), by Barbara Kruger, This is another edited image by here with a very direct message addressing feminism.

"Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time (child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear."

Photographer Bobby Neel Adams combines two photos of his portraits subjects—one as a youth and one as an adult—into composite portraits he calls “AgeMaps.

Bobby Neel Adams  "Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time (child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear."

Bobby Neel Adams "Two photographs of the same person, from different periods of time (child and adult) are spliced together. In this fusion a jump-of-time is established at the tear.

Why are we the food police when it comes to what people can and can't eat? Why do we expect all women to look the same?

I really like this image and how the writing/text is stuck/moulded to her face in the photograph. I also like the message this image portrays and the effect it will have on people. The dark/dull colours also relate to the scene from the image.

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