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Lots of goofy faces, but small photos
on July 12, 2014
Update: I've gotten frustrated with this book because the pictures are really too small to draw from. I wish he had one large photo of the person so you can see some detail, and then a variety of smaller expression shots.
Original review: This is a great reference book to have on hand when you need to figure out how to communicate an emotion with facial expression. There is a good range of ages, genders, ethnicities, body types, expressions. Some of them are just hilarious to look at on their own. The expressions tend toward the extremes, and are probably most useful for cartoons or comics, but you can always tone them down if you're looking for subtlety.