Quebecois photographer Ulric Collette is at it again, creating striking composite photographs comparing the genetic similarities of different members of the same family tree. The latest portrait forms a composite picture of two models very close to Collette – his mother, 61, and his daughter, 12. The photograph reveals an extraordinary similarity between the two women even though they are separated by a generation.
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Canada-based photographer and graphic designer Ulric Collette came up with probably the coolest family photo shoot idea ever. While doing “an image a day” type of project Urlic tried to age his son in Photoshop an accidentally ended up creating his first genetic portrait. It was made by splicing together photographs of himself and his son. The best part is that you can try it yourself! In case your face doesn’t match with your family members, you might also consider experimenting with your neighbors.