16 Photographs Capture the Wide Range of Human Emotions

Denver-based portrait photographer Mike Larremore’s photo series Faceboard Project showcases an amazing range of human emotions. Each image is made up of 16 individual photographs that show the subject in the center of the frame, face contorted in a variety of facial expressions.

The photographer’s decision to focus on just the subject’s face, with no props or clothing to distract the viewer, strips each person down to the bare essentials: the human face and the different emotions it can convey. From anger and fear to amusement and happiness, Larremore’s photos capture the spirit of all the ups and downs that are a part of being human.








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Liberating Portraits of Ballerinas Elegantly Dancing in the Streets of Cairo

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