Is this what ouch looks like? ‘Stun-ing’ portraits show people getting hit with stun gun

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When you think of stun guns and tasers, you tend to think of them in the hands of police – not photographers.

But Charleston photographer Patrick Hall recruited 80 participants willing to be stun gunned. And at the very moment they were shocked, he shot slow motion video and stills.

The results are ‘stun-ing.’

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