Montreal-based photographer Conor Nickerson was flipping through family photos when he wondered what it might look like to see his present self Photoshopped next to his childhood self, a version he only remembered through old photographs. After gathering clothing, hats, and shoes that would match his boyhood self, he spent several hours in Photoshop learning how to accurately match his image to the photo’s time period.
The series, Childhood, is described as “Myself hanging out with myself, c. 1997-2005,” and took Nickerson about 6 months to complete. You can find more of Nickerson’s work on his website and Facebook. (via PetaPixel)
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