It's true that you never get a second chance to make a positive first impression on someone, and Appie Busser's 'First Impression' photo shoot takes a fascinating twist on this idea by obscuring each model's eyes, nose and mouth.
The result is cryptic, but fascinating. Does Appie Busser's 'First Impression' shoot show just how important it is to read someone's facial expressions and disposition at first glance? Does it indicate our superficiality and preponderance to prejudge based on someone's appearance? I'm not sure, but either way I love the set.
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