Bobby Neel Adams came up with his "Age Map" series in 1989. There was no Photoshop back then so he had to be creative to make a composite image of two photos. His project’s goal is to show how a person’s face change with years. He takes a photo of a person when he/she was young and put it together with a current photo of this person. This is how he did it, "In the darkroom I sized up both images to the same proportions and made prints. Once these photographs were dry I tore the most recent portrait and laid it on top of the school photo, gluing it down the rubber cement."
Here are some pics from his series:
This is a highly detailed chart from Pokies of the many faces of superheroes we all love.
Check out these photos to see it with your own eyes. These are the combinations of mother/daughter faces, you'll see almost no differences between them. But there's a golden rule guys, if you wanna know what your girlfriend will look like when she's much older, pay a little visit to her parents and take a good look at her mother ;)
The original video was watched more than 500 billion times on Youtube and it's the first time I see it and boy, it gets annoying real fast. This guy, Luciano Rosso, can make some pretty funny faces though.