Sacha Goldberger Photographs Before and After Shots of Joggers

By: Deborah Kim - Published: Jul 25, 2011 • References: sachabada & mymodernmet
Photographer Sacha Goldberger used a random collection of joggers to capture this interesting collection of images. The paparazzo grabbed a group of joggers outside a park near Paris and asked them to pose for his camera. The group was asked to sprint for him and were then captured in their sweaty frenzy. A week later, the same bunch were asked to come back to the studio to be photographed in their natural state. The photos were captured using the same light and poses to emphasize the difference between the two.

The photographer Sacha Goldberger stated that "[he] wanted to show the difference between our nature brute side versus how e represent ourselves to society." Stats for Perspiring Marathoners Trending: Older & Buzzing
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