22. Upbeat and Alive


After creating some classic and static pictures on the Brooklyn Bridge, I asked the subject if he could stretch, jump, and move. What started as a few subtle movements turned into a succession of leaping and kicking of heels.

Canon 5DMii, 50mm lens, f/2.8

THE HUMAN FACE is a landscape that is ever changing. Each angle, wrinkle, and scar tells a story of how one has lived—the longer the life, the less hidden the truth. Day in and day out, the 43 muscles of the face respond to everything that we see. The face receives, projects, and protects. And it’s not just the face; the rest of the body is complex as well, made up of over ...

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