This Stunning Human Emotions Photo Series is Raw and Powerful

By: Farida Helmy - Published: May 26, 2014 • References: mikelarremore & mymodernmet
This stunning new human emotions photo series does a great job at capturing a range of feelings most of us can relate to.

Captured by Denver-based portrait photographer Mike Larremore, this interesting and candid human emotions photo series breaks down the physical look of different emotions into clear categories. The ‘Faceboard Project’ is made up of a series of 16 smaller images that fit into one image to portray the range of our endless emotions.

Using nothing but the subject’s face and the bold facial expressions on it, Larremore makes sure there are no props, crazy colorful backdrops or loud clothing items to take away the focus from the face. With just the human face, the series shows us what fear, amusement, anger, happiness look like amongst an array of feelings. Stats for Expressive Emotional Photography Trending: Older & Popular
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