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    • Melissa McNamara

      symmetry photography examples - Google Search

    • Smidge Marie Photography

      This would be interesting! Many know that the left and right half of the face are not identical. Photographer Julian Wolkenstein created the project Echoism, in which he put together a mirror image of the left and right half faces of different people. The result is a very different person.

    • Jan From-Dirksen

      Julie Wolkenstein "Echoism" series. Study in symmetry. ~ There is a myth, some say a science, suggesting people who have more symmetrical faces are considered more “ attractive “. Julian Wolkenstein completed in 2010 a series of photographic portraits entitled “Echoism”. The subjects were specifically cast for their individual facial features. They were photographed front to camera and in the same position. They were asked not to express emotions or character.

    • Isabel C

      We are almost too scared to try it out because we will look better somewhere in this project. Late last year, Julian Wolkenstein created the "Echoism" photo project, taking subjects and exploring what would happend if they were made symmetrical. What does that mean? Read after the jump . . .

    • Shahnaaz Sedoc

      This is a series of photographic portraits completed in 2010. The subjects were specifically cast for their individual facial features. They were photographed front to camera and in the same position. They were asked not to express emotions or character. Symmetrical Portraits by Julian Wolkenstein (Australia)

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