The Delaney Allen Photo Series Omits Focus on the Subject's Face

By: Erin Fox - Published: Oct 22, 2012 • References: delaneyallen.tumblr & trendland
When it comes to photography one must typically showcases their face as the focal point of the photograph, but Delaney Allen focuses on the attraction of his surroundings by omitting his face in his self-portrait photo series. His photos resemble the life journey he has taken over the years, concentrating on travel, interests and mindsets. He romantically captures the discerning appeal of one's face and projects it onto a stunning background. This jump from the forefront of a picture to the background makes for an interesting portrayal of imagination.

The dark shade of colors focus on the destruction of Delaney Allen's life journeys. The heartache behind each shot signifies the break down of emotions as model and photographer he had to take. Stats for Facial Disguising Portraits Trending: Older & Warm
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