London: The myth that people with symmetrical faces are better looking has been set straight by a photographer, who studied the faces of 11 subjects. Julian Wolkenstein, 38, from Exeter, Australia, took portraits of 11 people and made a symmetrical image using the right side of their faces, and another using the left - to show the hidden differences.Interested by people’s faces as art for some time, Wolkenstein’s photographic and Internet symmetry project is part of his research into how people view one another. “Faces are such a point of contact for us, they are the first thing we see in the mirror and they are the first thing that we see when we meet another person,” the Daily Mail quoted the artist as explaining.
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