Want to capture here all of the great photography that’s been showing up on blogs and getting shared on Facebook etc. For the three photography projects shown above, it’s all about comparisons.
At the top is a haunting example of soldiers before, during, and after war by photographer Lalage Snow. His eight-month long project, We Are The Not Dead, chronicles British soldiers before, during, and after their time in Afghanistan. The sum of subtle transformations equals dramatic differences.
The photograph in the middle is from the Life Before Death collection by German photographer Walter Schels and his partner Beate Lakotta. The evocative photographs capture people before and after their deaths.
The third photo is from the Models and Mothers collection by Howard Schatz. For over 12 years, he has used his camera to look at the origin of beauty. The fitting results? Beautiful.