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Photographer recreates retro photos

Posted: Thu, 17th Feb 2011, 7:23am

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Caught this on Twitter. A photographer is recreating vintage photos of subjects from their younger days. Down to the same location, clothing, poses, and postprocessing, it's as close to perfect as you can get. Very cool idea, and fantastic execution.

Irina Werning, Back To The Future

(Oh, and there's a bit of nudity here, so you are warned.)
Posted: Thu, 17th Feb 2011, 10:00am

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Saw this the other day, nifty idea and the replication of the old photos is very effective in most cases.
Posted: Thu, 17th Feb 2011, 5:29pm

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My dad used to do this kind of thing. It's an interesting project.
Posted: Thu, 17th Feb 2011, 7:44pm

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I've seen something like this before- it was all fun and interesting until it came to one where they replicated one of a dad changing his sons nappy- was a bit gross when the dad was an oap and the son wasa middle aged man. biggrin still a very cool idea!
Posted: Wed, 25th Jan 2012, 3:38am

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How does the photographer process the "back to the future" aging?