Photographer Captures Couples Who Switch Outfits, and the Results Are Hilarious

“Switcheroo” is a dual portrait series by Canadian photographer Hana Pesut where accomplices are photographed twice, once in their own outfits and again wearing each others outfits against the same background.

More: Hana Pesut, “Switcheroo”, Instagram h/t: brightside

















SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/09/photographer-captures-couples-who-switch-outfits-and-the-results-are-hilarious/

A.I. Helps To Answer What The Kids Of Famous Fictional Couples Would Look Like

Diana Prince And Steve Trevor (Wonder Woman)
Gal Gadot and Chris Pine

According to Hidreley Diao: “In movies and TV series, we often see couples that radiate chemistry and immediately become fan favorites. But sadly these couples are fictional and sometimes don’t even end up together on the TV screens. Even if they do end up living their happily ever after, we rarely get to see what their kids would look like (if they decide to have any).

After thinking about that for a while, I decided to combine famous fictional couples and see what their kids would look like. You can check out the first part of this series by clicking here. Today I am continuing this ‘experiment.’ To create these edits, I use a bunch of different apps and A.I.”

Monica And Chandler (Friends)
Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry

“I first research the couples I chose to do for this project. I usually go for the most popular TV series or movies. I then find the best-fitting photos and use apps like FaceApp, Remini, and Photoshop Gradient to create the kids these fictional couples would have.

My personal favorite couple is Brenda and Dylan from Beverly Hills. I used to watch the show when I was little, so there’s a lot of nostalgia and good memories involved. I tried really hard to make their kid look as realistic as possible to what they would have.”

Jim And Pam (The Office)
John Krasinski and Jenna Fischer

“I really love digital art and discovering new features of A.I. Playing around with it has been my favorite thing ever. It’s a great inspiration to continue these kinds of projects and come up with new, exciting ideas. Not to mention being able to see things that I never thought I could—like the kids of fictional couples.”

Chidi And Eleanor (The Good Place)
William Jackson Harper and Kristen Bell

“My favorite part of creating these A.I. edits is seeing the result at the end. Seeing that your hard work paid off and you actually have a decent result, where you can see the resemblance of both parents.

My least favorite part is when I push myself too hard and overthink the process. That causes a lot of delays and the image then can take a lot of hours to finish.”

Buffy And Spike (Buffy The Vampire Slayer)
Sarah Michelle Gellar and James Marsters

“If you want to create these edits by yourself, all I can say is that the internet is your best friend. I never took any courses, I just Googled or used YouTube to find tutorials or tips on how to use certain programs. Also, make sure that you love what you do, it will make things much easier then!”

Patrick And Kat (10 Things I Hate About You)
Heath Ledger and Julia Stiles

“I think that A.I. can be a very important future tool for art and many other things. However, we have to learn how to use it properly and not abuse it for bad things.”

Anna Scott And William Thacker (Notting Hill)
Julia Roberts and Hugh Grant

Mary Jensen And Ted Stroehmann (There’s Something About Mary)
Cameron Diaz and Ben Stiller

Luke And Lorelai (Gilmore Girls)
Scott Patterson and Lauren Graham

Jeannie And Tony Nelson (I Dream Of Jeannie)
Barbara Eden and Larry Hagman

Michael And Jackie (That 70’s Show)
Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Maddie And David (Moonlighting)
Cybill Shepherd and Bruce Willis

Pete And Charlie (Top Gun)
Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis

Damon And Elena (The Vampire Diaries)
Ian Somerhalder and Nina Dobrev

Jamie And Paul Buchman (Mad About You)
Helen Hunt and Paul Reiser

Dylan And Brenda (Beverly Hills, 90210)
Luke Perry and Shannen Doherty

Romeo And Juliet (Romeo + Juliet)
Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes

Joe And Beck (You)
Penn Badgley and Elizabeth Lail

Ricky Ricardo And Lucy Ricardo (I Love Lucy)
Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball

Sun And Jin (Lost)
Kim Yoon-jin and Daniel Dae Kim

David Axelrod And Jade Butterfield (Endless Love)
Martin Hewitt and Brooke Shields

SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/08/a-i-helps-to-answer-what-the-kids-of-famous-fictional-couples-would-look-like/

Romantic Photos of the ’60s Couples

The 1960s that brought us the beats and the hippies, the mods and the peaceniks, was just as diverse in fashion as its social chaos might imply.

h/t: vintag.es

In the 1960s, getting dressed, like doing pretty much anything else, was a tug-of-war between old and new. No one knew quite who she wanted to be, and the styles of the time reflect that.

Prim-and-proper ‘50s dames shook hesitant hands with their groovier proto-’70s counterparts, and the results — well, intoxicating. Keep the best of the old and wed it to the new. 1960s outfits were a glorious mash of growing pains.



























SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2021/04/romantic-photos-of-the-60s-couples/

Artist Colorized Vintage Portraits Of LGBT Couples To Show Beauty And Support For The LGBTQ+ Community

Accordint to Andrea Erali: “Hi, my name is Andrea and I’m a gay art director based in New York. A couple of years ago, I came across “The Invisibles,” a touching collection of vintage portraits of love and pride curated by Sebastien Lifshitz. I found these photos of gay lovers and friends so touching, and I realized at that moment that the LGBTQ+ community has a history too. And a beautiful one.”...

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/09/artist-colorized-vintage-portraits-of-lgbt-couples-to-show-beauty-and-support-for-the-lgbtq-community/

Intimate Vintage Photos Capture Romantic Couples In The 1950s

Lovers on a public bench, England, 1950s. Photo by Jean-Philippe Charbonnier/Gamma-Rapho. A series of candid vintage photographs capture the intimacy between lovers during the 1950s. h/t: vintag.es A young couple sitting on a bench in Piazza Donatello, Florence, 1950s. Photo by Vincenzo Balocchi/Alinari Archives. A young man carrying a woman out of the water on the beach, 1950s. Photo by Bettmann.

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SOURCE: https://designyoutrust.com/2020/04/intimate-vintage-photos-capture-romantic-couples-in-the-1950s/