Tara O'Hehir Helps Sell Frames with Phantom-Like Subjects

By: Jason Soy - Published: Apr 3, 2012 • References: &
Tara O’Hehir, a London, UK-based photographer, has found the perfect way to accentuate the look of glasses on a human face; she’s eliminated the rest of the person, leaving behind only the eyes, noses and mouths of her subjects. The results are photos of phantom-like people wearing stylish frames that just seem to pop right off the screen. It’s such a simplistic, yet effective way of directing people’s attention to the product being sold, which in this case is Fritz Frames’ hand-crafted timber glass frames.

The manner in which Tara O’Hehir has manipulated her photos makes it appear as though a talented artist rendered each face using a pencil. In certain pictures, the cheeks of her subjects seem to fade effortlessly into the background, amplifying the ghostly effect of her images. Stats for Ghostly Glass-Wearing Photography Trending: Older & Warm
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