As though continually capturing the climatic moment in a movie, France-based photographer Yann Rabanier has put together an eerie photo series centered on teenagers.
Appropriately titled 'Teenage,' there is a robotic feeling to each of these images, as though Yann Rabanier believes that all adolescents are drones, simply copycats of each other. A clever concept, I believe he does somewhat capture one of the overriding essences of trying to fit in while also finding yourself.
Yann Rabanier Captures the Robotic Quality of Adolescents
1. Robotic Adolescence - The trend of capturing the robotic quality of adolescents in photography presents disruptive innovation opportunities to explore the intersection of technology and identity.
2. Teenage Copycats - The trend of portraying teenagers as copycats of each other opens up opportunities for disruptive innovation in the fields of fashion, culture, and social media.
3. Eerie Portraiture - The trend of creating eerie and unsettling portraits of teenagers provides disruptive innovation opportunities in the art and fashion industries, exploring new ways to evoke emotions and challenge traditional beauty standards.
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