fbpx
Connect with us

LIFESTYLE

Street Photographer Recreated Scenes Of The Same People He Captured Over 30 Years Ago

Published

on

Some oldest people may remember this British photographer Chris Porsz, as he wandering around the streets of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire with his camera in his hand, in the 1970s, 80s, and 90s, capturing a lot of street pictures and moments memorable. Now, this photographer has decided to recreate portraits from the old days to nowadays by using the same people and the same place.

Porsz, has actually found many of them to he can recreate the same scene. And this project gets resulted in a total number of 135 portraits, and also he published his book named ‘Reunions’, with texts by writer Jo Riley telling the full stories of the people in the photos. Scroll down to check some of those beautiful pictures!

More info: chrisporsz.com | Facebook

#1 Five Boys Running (1987 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#2 Railway Kiss (1980 And 2009)

Chris Porsz

#3 Friends (1982 And 2011)

Chris Porsz

#4 Pink Mohican (1985 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#5 David Harvey And Tim Goodman (1980 And 2010)

Chris Porsz

#6 Sisters (1980 And 2013)

Chris Porsz

#7 Good Friends (1980 And 2015)

Chris Porsz

#8 Dog And Tina (1985 And 2015)

Chris Porsz

#9 Jewellery Assistant (1990 And 2015)

Chris Porsz

#10 Metal Mickey (1980 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#11 Pin Badges (1970 And 2013)

Chris Porsz

#12 County School Girls (1979 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#13 Siblings after 40 Years

Chris Porsz

#14 Tasbir’s First Job (1982 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#15 Hairdressers Shop (1980 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#16 Flute Player (1986 And 2015)

Chris Porsz

#17 Eating Chips (1983 And 2016)

Chris Porsz

#18 Ice Cream Seller (1980 And 2014)

Chris Porsz

#19 lan Medler And Peter Yates (1980 And 2010)

Chris Porsz

#20 Trudi And Dave Talbot (1980 And 2010)

Chris Porsz

#21 Double Bubble (1980 And 2012)

Chris Porsz

#22 Ice Creams (1981 And 2015)

Chris Porsz

#23 Star Road (1982 And 2014)

Chris Porsz

#24 Five Boys (80’s And 2011)

Chris Porsz

#25 Butcher (1980 And 2015)

Chris Porsz

#26 Xenia Gordon (1983 And 2011)

Chris Porsz

#27 Good For Teeth And Bones (1983 And 2014)

Chris Porsz

Click to comment

LIFESTYLE

Take Your Holiday Pics To The Next Level With These Easy Tips From A Photography Master (20 Pics)

Published

on

Many of us are confused when he is in front of the camera lens because he simply does not know what to do in order for the image to look beautiful. Do you smile or stay serious? Do you put your hands on the sides or do you let them drop freely? Does my face in the best position with light? Well, If you have these problems, photographer Bonnie Rodríguez Krzywicki is here for you.

This woman shares simple and quick posing on her Instagram account with the caption “Do’s and don’ts”. Bonnie gives us the secret of taking pictures and people love her tips very well and she’s got over 2 M followers on TikTok and 672K on Instagram. Scroll down to check her amazing tips that will help you take the best pictures in summer!

More info: Instagram Facebook TikTok YouTube

#1

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

One of the best pose called Bambi, you only need to put some accessories around you to give it a summer touch

#2

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Create levels by placing one leg ahead of the other

#3

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

When you feel uncomfortable in front of the camera, we usually generate pressure in our arms, so to avoid this just relax to eliminating the pressures and you will get amazing result

#4

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Step back to add rhythm. Remember to show your beautiful bag.

#5

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Photo 1: This pose with legs are tucked and close to my body make me look timid and dumpy

Photo 2: This pose with elongated legs and arms away from my body, make me look slimmer and exude more confidence

#6

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#7

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Touch something around you, like the balcony. If you want to show more curves, exaggerate the curve in your back

#8

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Incorrectly position of your elbow can probably distortion in how you look in front of the camera pictures. Well to correct that you should put your arm on the side, to create a triangle.

#9

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

One of the main goals of camera posing is to make curves with your body that give your photo a more attractive and dynamic appeal.

#10

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Pose without curves.

#11

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Avoid covering your body. Although I have a triangle in this pose, my body language is insecure. Create a double triangle, and lift the torso for a more powerful look

#12

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#13

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#14

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#15

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#16

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#17

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#18

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Create lines and rhythm

#19

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

#20

Instagram/ @bonnierzm

Continue Reading

Trending