“Twins”, photos by Albrecht Tübke.
I clicked through to his website, and it turns out that it’s not just this series: ALL of his portraits have this awkward style. I enjoyed his Personae and Landscapes, but these didn’t do it for me.
i love the awkwardness in these photos
Wylie, I don’t agree. I think the “Twins” photos are more akward than the others. And I think that is because of the energy that exists between the siblings. It creates a certain distance between the viewer and the subject(s) of the photos, and this distance somehow requires the viewer to put more energy into his/her “interaction” with the photos.
These are fascinating.
kind of interesting but this has been done before and better in my opinion.
this are Beautiful!!!
my favourite portrait photographer.
Meyhew would be proud…
i wish i was a twin. this is awsome.
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I think these are amazing! I went to his website and i especially love the section with the youth. Very talented work
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