The photographer showed how much the sun changes the skin. After that, you will stop loving the tan!By Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/the-photographer-showed-how-much-the-sun-changes-the-skin-after-that-you-will-stop-loving-the-tan
French photographer Pierre-Louis Ferrer is very popular in his country, but recently he created a project called Brut, which brought him worldwide fame. Brut (translated this word means "unpolished") tells the viewer how much the sun affects the human skin.
You obviously didn't expect to see this!
Pierre-Louis Ferrer now lives in Paris and is fond of photography. In order to do his dream job, a man at one time even quit a highly paid job as an engineer.
However, Pierre-Louis does not regret this decision at all. A man loves to photograph various objects, landscapes and people, but most of all he likes to show the audience what they could never see for themselves.
For example, in the account of Pierre-Louis, you can see photos of the seashores in infrared light.
But the pictures from the Brut project attracted the most attention of subscribers. They depict 10 different people who, you might think at first glance, have a large number of freckles.
In fact, the men and women from the photos don't have them at all! It's just that all the pictures were taken with the help of special equipment and ultraviolet radiation. Thus, the photographer managed to highlight even those freckles that the human eye is unable to see.
Just imagine: we are all covered with freckles!
According to Pierre-Louis, the goal of the Brut project is to achieve maximum openness and trust between people.
Indeed, the photos from this collection are very difficult to call perfect.
Although the models on them look something like this.
In addition, the Frenchman wanted to demonstrate to people what effect the sun has on our skin. The greatest impact falls, of course, on the face, but the hands and feet are also exposed to sunlight.
That is why it is so important to use sunscreen, not only if you are going to sunbathe, but also just going outside on a sunny day.
Do you protect your skin from the sun?