1. Francois Brunelle is a French Canadian photographer whose work gives new meaning to the phrase “double exposure.”

    For the past several years, Brunelle has been documenting doppelgangers — people who happen to look strikingly similar but aren’t related. He’s on a quest to make 200 black-and-white portraits, and plans to eventually turn the project into a book.

    Have We Met Before? Doppelgangers Caught On Camera

    Photo Credit: Francois Brunelle