Facial Symmetry in ‘Both Sides Of’ Project by Alex John Beck

February 13, 2014 | in Photography

Unusual work entitled Both Sides Of was created by photographer Alex John Beck in order to study the physical beauty of a person.

Each image consists of two symmetrical portraits. One of them is created from the left half of the face and its mirror copy, and the other one from the right half. Surprisingly, the obtained portraits differ quite significantly, and that confirms how the human body is not symmetrical.

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck

Facial Symmetry in Both Sides Of Project by Alex John Beck
Photo by Alex John Beck

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