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February 6, 2016 AT 4:00 am

Dylan Collard’s Ages of Us explores youth, middle and old age #celebratephotography

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We love this series and it’s sweeping relatability. If you’re anywhere near Downstairs at Mother, the project went up February 4. From Creative Boom:

In his series Ages of Us, photographer Dylan Collard travelled over 3,000 miles across California to interview and photograph 165 people at twenty-three locations, and explore age, generations, the journey of life and how our priorities change as we travel through the three stages of youth, middle and old age.

Using a bench to photograph his subjects, he ensured that it was constant – staying the same distance, angle and height to the camera at all times. In the left seat, you’ll always find the 0-25 year olds; in the middle – the subjects were 25-50 years old and on the right – 50 plus.

Read more and check out the project page


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