Facial Profiling

July 9th, 2012

Facial Profiling - Family Portrait

To truly understand them, you must look from every angle.

(submitted by Anthony)

16 Responses to “Facial Profiling”

  1. Lanny says:

    Perhaps you remember me. I played the cute little kid in “Jerry Maguire.”

  2. Caz says:

    Just… why…??

  3. KR says:

    “The human head weighs eight pounds!”

    “Did you know bees and dogs can smell fear?”

  4. Lauren says:

    This is just so bizarre!

  5. Simon says:

    Is that a deer hide on the back wall?

  6. Sharinbend says:

    Looks like a group mug shot

  7. Liz says:

    I’d guess that it’s the photographer’s idea of being creative… as in “I’ve got a really cool idea” that turned out to be simply too “busy” looking. They look like a nice, happy family to me; that somehow got into this truly awkward photo.

  8. CPE says:

    So, which side is their good side?

  9. SailorVanIndium says:

    I like it.

  10. Scout C says:

    Wow! That’s a lot of business in one picture. Photographer’s idea or Mom’s?

  11. Kristie says:

    And you know what’s worse is that somebody, somewhere, spent a lot of time and effort getting that to look like that! :)

  12. JanG says:

    wow… Photoshop in overdrive! Kinda cool though.

    • Eva says:

      Not photoshop but as close as they had to it in the late 70′s. That was a popular photo trick, although this is the first time I’ve seen it like this, back then. Usually they would have a picture of a mom “thinking about ” her child or a boyfriend/fiance or just different views of one person. I remember having one done in 5th or 6th grade and I was wearing a peach colored cloth choker with a peach colored rose or carnation on it. That is one picture I am not sorry got destroyed in the fire! LOL

  13. AngryMan says:

    Huh, no pictures of the backs of the heads. Must have run out of film.

  14. herbitsky says:

    Looks like a cross between a scary “Mount Rushmore” and “Ode to Newest Church Member”!

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