“High-Five” submitted by Kevin, the model and photographer.

Posted by on June 6th, 2010 at 10:00 am

Category: faces, photos, recommendations 9 comments »

9 Responses to “High-Five”

  1. tigr



  2. JRB

    This is so brilliant. Great concept and execution! I love the optimistic message.


  3. Nine

    Love it!


  4. Sarah-Sophia

    I’m really digging this. I love what it represents.


  5. Sean

    Um. Everyone here seems to understand what this means, but I don’t. Could someone explain it, please..?

    (I do like the photo aesthetics-wise however.)


  6. Lyn Aven

    If I had to take a guess, it’s a clever photo manipulation having someone’s masculine presentation high-fiving eir feminine presentation.


  7. Bubblegum Blues

    I love it! It’s amazing what a difference the most subtle changes can make to other people people’s perceptions.


  8. Jessica

    I did a photo years ago with me looking to the left (femme) and to the right (masc) with one neck. I love the use of the mirror – reminds me of Leon Russel tune “Magic Mirror.”


  9. Anonymous



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