Portraits of Musicians With Rubber Band-Wrapped Faces

Remember New Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman and his hilarious (if a bit silly) portraits of people with their faces comically distorted using Scotch tape?

That photo series -- which was featured all over the Internet -- instantly went viral, but after a time, the question Naman started getting asked most often was "what's next?" His Rubber Band series is the answer to that question.

Silly Portraits of People with Scotch Tape on Their Faces

For the past couple of months, Albuquerque, New Mexico-based photographer Wes Naman has been working on a lighthearted personal project called "Scotch Tape," a series that features bizarre portraits of subjects who have their faces wrapped tightly with strips of Scotch tape.

How to Give Your Photos a Dreamy, Lo-Fi Look Using Scotch Tape

If you'd like to take "lo-fi" photographs with your DSLR, but don't want to spend money on a pricey specialty lens just for this purpose, you're in luck. In this tutorial I'll be showing you a simple "mod" with which you can get a similar effect for no money at all! You’ll need a piece of scotch tape, scissors and a lens.