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May 4, 2012 |
In: Girls, Photography
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Photographer Jack Radcliffe has been taking photos of his daughter since the day she was born. Now she is 37 years old. For more of Jack’s photography check out his site Jackradcliffe
The photos begin in 1975…
Category: Girls, Photography
#26 Sharpie eyebrows.#win
Poor girl, 37 years and not one smile.
Jesus! Has this chick ever smiled a day in her life? Like fuck…life isn’t that bad sweetheart…
She might be the most miserable human alive!
She needs to spit and rinse.
Hey, little girl why you no smile?!
#14 What the hell is she using?
Pretty cool. Basically same thing I'm doing with my son. I have pictures his ultra sound pics, pics from literally 5 mins after he was born, then mulitple for every year after.
UGH !!! It seems that she had a HORRIBLE childhood!! Put down the camera and do some parenting!
Woah. She looks like she's been rode hard and put away wet.
This just show's what Smoking does to a pretty girl. Shame.
Maybe a Twix bar would cheer her up.
Is it just me or does this person look fucking miserable? Great photography either way.
She never seems happy. And the smoking. Ug….
One smile in 37 years,not all misery then…
Lots of photography is self-centered – focused more on getting you to be impressed with the photographer than interested in/informed by the subject. This guy is exhibit A. "My daughter's unhappy life is great photo essay material! Ooh, she looks depressed and poor, I can channel my inner dorothea lange!" (see #36 and #37). This guy coulda put the camera down and been a better man.
But it is good work.
not impressed…don't we all have pictures from birth on?
how many times this girl think about killing herself?
Great photography, but what a depressing looking life!
you think he could have afforded a color camera after a while.
She look sad all the time.
Funny enough, my parents too have photos of me from age 0 to now the ripe old age of 32. If you guys want to see me through the years, happy to oblige. But no one wants to see that along with this sad little girls life. If it's in black and white, its not art. Its just black and white. I'm going to step outside and take a photo of a tree blowing in the wind and then turn it into a black and white. What do you know, I'm a regular Ansel Adams.
#37 best picture.
#13 right around 1984 – she'll be smoking dope with the dude in #19 by the end of her Freshman year.
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