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Photographer Babycakes Romero had an international breakthrough with his collection The Death of Conversation

Street photographer Babycakes Romero: Death of conversation - the smartphone obsession

Catherine Balet  - Strangers - The camera angle of this as it looks like someone is watching them from a high angle, like a security camera. I like this angle as i feel like the implied meaning will work well within my series.

Catherine Balet - Strangers - The camera angle of this as it looks like someone is watching them from a high angle, like a security camera. I like this angle as i feel like the implied meaning will work well within my series.

The Death of Conversation: Street photos of people obsessed with their smartphones | Creative Boom

The Death of Conversation: Street photos of people obsessed with their smartphones

The faces of war in Syria ~ Photo by...Handout/GettyImages©

hawamisch: “fnhfal: “War in Syria ” This isn’t just “War in Syria”. This is the mass exodus of people from Yarmouk, a Palestinian refugee camp in Damascus that has been under siege by the Assad government and military since Yarmouk, where ISIS.

I researched common insecurities among women, and decided to write them (and my own) on my body, to see what carrying those negative labels is like.   I don't believe most of what I wrote on myself, but just seeing the words I could feel a difference. The weight on my shoulders increased, but girls judge themselves like this EVERY DAY.  Only the ink of the insecurities I felt about myself survived the shower, and I saw there were only two.  What I'm trying to say is, love what you got…

I researched common insecurities among women, and decided to write them (and my own) on my body, to see what carrying those negative labels is like. I don't believe most of what I wrote on myself, but just seeing the words I could feel a difference. The weight on my shoulders increased, but girls judge themselves like this EVERY DAY. Only the ink of the insecurities I felt about myself survived the shower, and I saw there were only two. What I'm trying to say is, love what you got…

A Photographer Is Using Creepy Pictures Of People Using Their Phones To Highlight Social Isolation

A Photographer Is Using Creepy Pictures Of People Using Their Phones To Highlight Social Isolation

Pictures Of People, Creepy Pictures, Street Photography, Mobile Phones, Highlights, Relationships, Environment, Addiction, Chunky Highlights

Photo series "Death of a Conversation" by London-based photographer Babycakes Romero.

Photographer documents the death of real-life conversation

Photo series "Death of a Conversation" by London-based photographer Babycakes Romero.

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