Fusing Faces – Then and Now
These photographs done by Bobby Neel Adams may look like they are photoshopped, but they were actually done using a technique that the artist calls ‘photo surgery’.
As fascinating as they are spooky, Bobby combines a person’s childhood portrait with an adult one, resulting in these weird hybrids. Some of the results are hilarious… Others kidna freak me out.
He has used this practice in three of his most popular collections: Couples, Family Tree, and Age Maps.
To see more of his eerie fused photos, check out Adams’ entire Couples, Family Tree, and Age Maps Collections.
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