The four images above are a series of different ways of showing the two genders within one image, I wanted to look into the way the two could become one. Here I explored with the ways that the face is constructed and what distinct features make the face either male or female. Here I played with the eye, nose and mouth area, I wanted to swap them around for change them to create facial features that look masculine and feminine. I quite like the look of Fig.2 because I believe that being able to see the different features of a male and female as well as stereotypical female or male hair helps to enhance the image. I would like to take this idea further and continue this double manipulation and exposure change.