22.08.16 by Staff

“Naked Faces” by Photographer Dylan Hamm

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Vancouver-based photographer Dylan Hamm attempts to outwardly capture the inner workings of people’s minds by taking two sets of portraits — one with the person wearing clothes and the other standing completely naked.

Shot passport style, the focus becomes the subconscious facial movements each subject makes as he/she shifts through varying degrees of comfort and confidence. Check out more images from “Naked Faces” below.

 

 

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  • idlewild

    Meanwhile, in Syria…

    • Dylan Hamm

      exactly what I was thinking. :) Glad you liked it

  • Marcus Krebs

    I would use the word “vulnerable” for some of the shots I assume are the nude ones. Some of the subjects showed reluctance while others seemed more comfortable in their skin. Cool project.

    • Dylan Hamm

      Thanks Marcus, it was interesting to shoot, as everyone brought something different with them, mentally, to the day. Some people were more worked up before they got undressed, and others were calm, cool, and collected until it was time to undress. and lots in between :)

  • Incredible series, i like how from first glance each portrait seems like an exact replica of it self, however upon closer inspection you notice certain ‘tweaks’ in the face that give you an insight on how that subject is feeling being photographed naked.





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