French animator and photographer Micaël Reynaud took a large number of black & white head shots by photographer Michael Jang and turned them into this super trippy video showing the faces morph through a ripple effect. You can also find an animated GIF of the morphing here.
Amalgamation: A Trippy Face Morphing Experiment Using Portrait Photos
- Published on November 21, 2011 by Michael Zhang
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