Lighting has been used all around to get a full face in the frame. The paper is stuck to his face which gives the image a deeper meaning as you are able to 'see more' of how people feel inside.

Can you read my face? Artists distort faces with magazine pictures to create bizarre expressions

To get this colour lighting I would need to use multicolour cellophane...

Photographer: Clint Earhart Make-up Artist: Lindsay Ambrosio Model: Brytny Marquez Retouching: Clint Earhart Studio: Dave Neligh

Manual focus has been used in order to blur the image while the light in the background is dark and colourful.  It adds a deeper meaning to the image as it is mysterious.

Manual focus has been used in order to blur the image while the light in the background is dark and colourful. It adds a deeper meaning to the image as it is mysterious.

Light is all around the model and words have been written onto the face to give it a deeper meaning.

Light is all around the model and words have been written onto the face to give it a deeper meaning.

A slow shutter speed has been used in order to get the trail of the man.  A flash most likely went off at first in order to capture him still.

A slow shutter speed has been used in order to get the trail of the man. A flash most likely went off at first in order to capture him still.

Light is used all around to make it seem open in the image.  The paper on the face makes it pop out of the image.

Barcelona artist Héctor Sos created these super cool photos of people with paper faces. This project was organized to promote a Spanish paper company.

A large amount of light has been allowed into the camera which has also caused a shallow depth of field.

A large amount of light has been allowed into the camera which has also caused a shallow depth of field.

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