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Portraits of Post-Lockdown Haircuts

8 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

UK photographer and mature university student David Baker has shot a series of before-and-after portraits of people who finally got haircuts as COVID restrictions were eased to allow barbershops to open again.
Baker, a former policeman who's studying for a BA in Commercial Photography at Arts University Bournemouth (AUB, one of the best art universities in the UK), set up a portrait studio at the back of a barbershop and documented the changing customer hairstyles.
Owner Andy Pritchett in front of Barnet's Barbers in Wareham.
“The idea came following research for my current university...
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