What I think stood out in this image is that the main thing in focus is the guy that is presumed singing, and that he is centred within the image. I think what adds is that it shows you that he's happy doing what he's doing, and although the image is in black and white, it comes across very eye catching due to the fact its in black and white.
Portrait Diptychs Showing the Differences and Similarities Between Subcultures
What I think stood out in this image is the colours within the image, and the fact the people involved in the photo are silhouetted to the orange sky sunset. It shows a group of people having fun socially by playing tug of war, something known and done for years and although you cant see their faces, as a viewer you get the feel that they're having a good time.
What I think stood out in this image is that the colour within the image, although there isn't much, it's very eye catching to the image. The expressions in the face also shows that it is a group of people having a lot of fun within a social gathering.
Abe Smith and Tom Shipp were convicted of robbery and rape in 1930. A crowd broke into the jailhouse, and lynched and hanged them on the 7th of August 1930. Smith tried to free him self from the noose, following which he was lowered and his hands were broken. This image stands in remembrance of the injustice of racism, where these two African American youths were taken out of their jails, to be given a more severe than agreed upon punishment
Do You Think These People Were Created Equal After Seeing These Photos? Photographer Mark Laita, who decided to stand people of different backgrounds, occupations, and appearances next to each other to — in his words — "let the viewer think for themselves about how the two individuals in the photographs relate and what that means."