Mapping Portraits: The series “Projections” is the result of a beautiful collaboration between English photographer Mads Perch and art director Gemma Fletcher – Fubiz™

Mapping Portraits

via WGSN : Light is projected onto models in this photographic project by Mads Perch using understated portraiture covered in vivid coloured light.

Not Enough - projected words such as "Not good enough", "not smart enough", and "not pretty enough" onto her skin using a simple classroom projector.

Not Enough - projected words such as "Not good enough", "not smart enough", and "not pretty enough" onto her skin using a simple classroom projector.

Projections are such a wonderful wave that I hope will never just fly by.

Use this for Reflections - Let them find an image to project onto their hands - photography entry. skull projection good idea for students to take photos of using images to create new photographs

Projection Project by Stacey Williams, via Behance

Projection Project by Stacey Williams, via Behance - subjects to choose projection.

projection photography - Pesquisa Google

I got both flesh and wings my hair changed colors- twice from red to black back after a seperation perform by one of the Sisters

Projection photography

Great way to develop your photography or experimentation skills by doing some projection photography. Could link it to hidden identity, disguise, alter ego/multiple personalities or expression.

Moving Time: Photo Series by Mads Perch & Gemma Fletcher | Inspiration Grid | Design Inspiration

Moving Time: Photo Series by Mads Perch & Gemma Fletcher

Projections, a personal project by photographer Mads Perch and Gemma Fletcher. Projections is a photographic project by Mads Perch. Gemma Fletcher was resp

Projection photography The beauty of this photo is that the thoughts the person is thinking are portrayed on the surface of the model, but in reality are beneath the surface as we don't want others to see our thoughts.

Projection photography The beauty of this photo is that the thoughts the person is thinking are portrayed on the surface of the model, but in reality are beneath the surface as we don't want others to see our thoughts.

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