If you’ve ever heard the term “composite photo,” it’s basically an image that’s built from tons of other images. 99% of the time, a composite photo is digitally made, but Andrew Ryan took a different approach.

In his series, Base Pairs, he compares the similarities between siblings by building composite photos from film. A meticulous process that looks totally awesome.

Photo Series Builds Composite Images from Film Negatives

via Reddit

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