It is not everyday that people witness full on making out sessions as captured in this photo series of French kissing couples. Aptly titled 'Snog,' it focuses on not only on different techniques, but, more importantly, on the variety of different couples out there. From gay couples to old couples, the photographer did not discriminate.
The series of French kissing couples was shot by Rankin, a publisher, director and commercial photographer living and working in London, England. Zooming in so that the people stay nearly anonymous in the images, the photo series hones in on the intensity of each kiss. Passionate French kissing couples is something many people can appreciate even if PDA isn't socially acceptable. It will inspire people to grab their own partners just as passionately.
Snog by Rankin Captures Close Ups of Tongue-on-Tongue Action
1. Intimate Photography - As seen in Rankin's 'Snog' series, intimate photography is becoming more popular as a way to showcase different types of people and relationships.
2. Diversity and Inclusivity in Art - Rankin's 'Snog' series demonstrates the importance of showcasing diverse and inclusive representations of people and relationships in art.
3. Breaking Social Taboos - The 'Snog' series challenges societal norms and taboos surrounding public displays of affection, paving the way for more open-minded and accepting attitudes towards intimacy and relationships.
1. Photography - Photography companies and professionals can explore the niche market of intimate photography and offer specialized services that cater to diverse representations of people and relationships.
2. Art - Art institutions and galleries can showcase works that challenge societal norms and promote inclusivity and diversity in representations of intimate relationships, such as Rankin's 'Snog' series.
3. Fashion - Fashion brands and designers can tap into the trend of breaking social taboos and promoting open-minded and accepting attitudes towards intimacy and relationships by showcasing diverse representations of couples in their ad campaigns.