Are you someone who thinks they have a “better side” when it comes to being photographed? Julian Wolkenstein became fascinated with this idea that many people have. He used digital manipulation to make each subject’s face completely symmetrical. 

Symmetrical Portraits - Do All of us Have a Better Side?

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    gotta try making...someday. My left and right sides are so different, similar
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