Kids and teens possess an inimitable innocence and vulnerability, and that's why they're such popular subjects for photographers like Julie Rey, whose 'People' photo set you can see in the gallery above.
Each photo in Julie Rey's 'People' is more vulnerable than the last. For some other stellar photo sets that feature children, see the related articles below.
Implications - Photos like this cultivate a deep emotional impact with those who view them, and their power to do so should definitely not be underestimated by companies trying to figure out how to affect their consumers on any kind of meaningful level. Sometimes a provocative ad is about more than flashy graphics or electrified visuals, and this is a great example of how a simple and direct approach can sometimes work wonders.
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