Photographer Eric Picksersgill has produced a powerful series of photographs titled “Removed”.
Eric Pickersgill did just that in his portraits of regular people in regular scenarios.

‘I ask them to hold their stare and pose while I take away their devices,’ explains the American photographer. The result is Removed, a series that shows what we lose when we’re more connected to our phones than to each other…

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images via Eric Pickersgill