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Diagnostic Facies. Some facial characteristics are so typical of certain diseases that they immediately suggest the diagnosis.

Diagnostic Facies

These are pathognomic to certain disease and are called diagnostic facies. Some of the important diagnostic facies are: From left to right: 1. Acromegaic facies 2. Face. A Portrait Project Showing Subjects with Two Perfectly Symmetrical Faces. Symmetrical Portraits is a well-known and oft-imitated series of photos by photographer Julian Wolkenstein, shot back in 2010.

A Portrait Project Showing Subjects with Two Perfectly Symmetrical Faces

After picking a number of subjects based on their facial features, he photographed them staring blankly straight-on into the camera. He then split the faces down the middle in order to obtain two separate “portraits” showing what the subject would look like if they had a perfectly symmetrical face. Wolkenstein writes, There is a myth, some say a science, suggesting people who have more symmetrical faces are considered more “ attractive “.If you are made symmetrical, do you consider yourself more beautiful, less so, or is it just weird?

This Artist Combines Photography And Neuroscience To Show Us The True Meaning Of Beauty. Photographer Scott Chasserot's latest photo project explores the deepest idea of who we are and how we perceive ourselves.

This Artist Combines Photography And Neuroscience To Show Us The True Meaning Of Beauty.

The project, Original Ideal, combines photography and neuroscience to find our own idea of beauty. First, Chasserot photographed his subjects in a studio setting. He then used Photoshop to subtly manipulate the original pictures. These changes included tweaking the size of a subject's eyes, skin tone, and/or width of the nose and chin. Describing the goal of the subtle variations for each photo, Chasserot said, "The idea is to produce a set of variations that either conform to the canons of beauty that have already been established, or go against it. " In total, Chasserot created 50 new images with these subtle changes for each subject. The subjects were then hooked up to an Emotiv brain scanner and shown these new photos, one after the other.

The machine would register the level of brain "engagement" for each photo. "My gut reaction was: 'Wow, I would never. She Takes A Photo: 6.5 Years. Esther Honig. 12915501.jpg 374×420 pixels. Face reading guide. Basics, tips and secrets. Physiognomy and facial expression includes all the features of each particular human face.Although the study of physiognomy is not part of a separate science of biology or psychology, people have been and are preoccupied to distinguish and interpret people’s faces, facial expressions and micro expressions.

Face reading guide. Basics, tips and secrets.

The best way to learn face reading is to first learn how to recognize the different facial features and then learn how to relate them to their corresponding personality traits. For the start I recommend you analyzing your personal traits such as:- Your forehead type and size, occurring wrinkles and their alignment- Eyebrows and eyes color, size, distance between them and shape- Nose shape and length- Mouth, lips and chin, shape and size- Ears, hair and face shape Below I will share those distinct areas of physiognomy. Facial shape Round Face: They are known as water-shaped faced people. Oblong Face: The long, thin face is called the wood-shape face. Hair Ears Forehead Eyebrows Eyes Nose Cheeks. Emotions and Facial Expressions. List of emoticons. A simple smiley This is a list of notable and commonly used emoticons or textual portrayals of a writer's mood or facial expression in the form of icons.

List of emoticons

The Western use of emoticons is quite different from Eastern usage, and Internet forums, such as 2channel, typically show expressions in their own ways. In recent times, graphic representations, both static and animated, have taken the place of traditional emoticons in the form of icons. Emoticons can generally be divided into two groups: Western or Horizontal (mainly from America and Europe), and Eastern or Vertical (mainly from east Asia). The most common explanation for these differences is how the different cultures value different parts of the face, i.e. eyes often play a bigger part in figuring out mood in the East while the West puts the eyes as equal to the rest of the face.[1] Western The emoticon in Western style is written most often from left to right as though the head is rotated counter-clockwise 90 degrees.

Eastern. Lie to Me Blog  Ok. rude hand gestures of the world. Lackadaisy Expressions. Boy, I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I started this.

Lackadaisy Expressions

I've had requests for some sort of expressions tutorial dating back a while now, so I figured, "Sure! I can explain expression drawing...and it'll be way better than all those tutorials out there that are nothing but charts of generic expressions. Yeah! Just give me a day or two to whip something up... " Um. Anyway, I found all I could really do was try to explain ways to teach yourself...and then add some pictures. White Doll, Black Doll. Which one is the nice doll? Developmental Origins of the Other-Race Effect.

The Average Women Faces in Different Countries.