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PHOTOGRAPHER USES 166 YEAR OLD TECHNIQUE TO SHOOT KIDS

Photographer Uses 166 Year Old Technique To Shoot Kids

Spanish artist Jacqueline Roberts swims against the tide, reviving 19-th century photography in the digital era.

Photographer Uses 166 Year Old Technique To Shoot Kids
Jacqueline Roberts‘ work mostly revolves around the psychological and emotional transition from childhood to adolescence, and the technique she uses further intensifies the eerily change, making the images look like something you’d find in your nightmares.


 

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All images © Jacqueline Roberts – Via ( Bored Panda )

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