'OhMyGod' by Jing Quek is a Series of One-Shot Wonders

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: Apr 18, 2009   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: superhyperreal &
Jing Quek's 'OhMyGod' photo series is a collection of images that showcase the photographer's impeccable sense of timing. Each photo is a perfectly-timed moment, a one-shot art wonder that either exemplifies the aftermath of a big moment--like the women covered in piles of leaves and coins--or the moment itself.

My favorite are the large-scale group shots. They remind me of zany team photos, only far cooler.

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