Agemaps

Bobby Neal Adams is an American photographer whose works looks at the transformation of the human body
as it ages. He began experimenting with a technique he calls ‘photo surgery’ in the 1980s. This technique involves
stitching together two different images to make them appear as one. ‘Agemaps’ takes photographs of different
people as children and adults and mixes them together to create a new image. Via

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1 Response to “Agemaps”


  1. 1 Jamelyn July 2, 2009 at 1:43 am

    Oh this is amazing.
    I like the technique photo surgery.
    I better do experiment on this.


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