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Composite Profile

photography / editorial design

A magazine which is based on face synthesis in order to create a new « average » face. In our society ruled by images, self-portraits called « selfie », and automatism, this edition is my use of the Screenopé project. Every photography were initially digital selfies placed in a material dimension by silver printing them. This issue of « PORTRAIT TYPE » (« COMPOSITE PROFILE ») brings forward analogue photographers.

A specific use of analogue photography was the identification of individuals, we can now ask ourselves, does a typical analogue photographer exist ?

The relationship between analogue and digital is put into practice. A call for project has been initiated, divided in two distincts parts. The first part was to collect and creat a data base of portraits as selfies. But they are as neutral as possible, as Thomas Ruff’s portrait series.

The next part wasn’t based on the physical aspect of photographers, but on their approach. A way to step back an return and see each photographer’s uniqueness.

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Composite Profile

photography / editorial design

A magazine which is based on face synthesis in order to create a new « average » face. In our society ruled by images, self-portraits called « selfie », and automatism, this edition is my use of the Screenopé project. Every photography were initially digital selfies placed in a material dimension by silver printing them. This issue of « PORTRAIT TYPE » (« COMPOSITE PROFILE ») brings forward analogue photographers.

A specific use of analogue photography was the identification of individuals, we can now ask ourselves, does a typical analogue photographer exist ?

The relationship between analogue and digital is put into practice. A call for project has been initiated, divided in two distincts parts. The first part was to collect and creat a data base of portraits as selfies. But they are as neutral as possible, as Thomas Ruff’s portrait series.

The next part wasn’t based on the physical aspect of photographers, but on their approach. A way to step back an return and see each photographer’s uniqueness.