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Photograph Now & Then by Betina La Plante on 500px

Photographer: ©Betina La Plante, PLACE PEOPLE, 2012 World Open of Photography, Photo Description: Actor Terence Stamp holding a photograph of himself taken 35 years earlier.

Character Inspiration

Moving on from glorious beards, now photographer Brock Elbank has unveiled a new series celebrating the beauty of freckles.

Beauty is an inner light!

This could be a "tattoo inspiration" I love the beauty of the youthful life in her eye compared to the age of her hand. But I'm strange like that.

Robin Williams. What else?

Robin Williams "I used to think the worst thing in life was to end up all alone. The worst thing in life is ending up with people who make you feel all alone." RIP Robin Williams you will be missed.

Cum ajuți pe cineva să iasă din depresie în urma unei pierderi sau crize?

This self portrait really caught my attention. I love how the image is black and white, but where he appears to have moved the brush it has color. it is as if he had painted the color on his face.

Terence Stamp

Black and white portraits easily succeed in reflecting the true emotion of the subject. Here are a collection of impressive black and white portraits by Betina La Plante.

Fotografie d'autore e non: bellezza, storia, costume, curiosità - L'arte della fotografia da www.diellegrafica.it - Credits e Copyright riservati ai legittimi proprietari.

I like this portrait because, first of all, it uses the Rule of Thirds by places the eye near the intersection. Also, it focuses specifically on certain features of the face: eyes and freckles. The hood and hair in eyes brings mystery also.

Gritty Homeless Photography - Lee Jeffries Captures the Dramatic Reality of Aging (GALLERY)

Gritty Homeless Photography

Can ugly be beautiful? Lee Jeffries, an amateur photographer proved it with his uncompromising photography. Lee started in photographing homeless people in powerful black and white giving a drama to his portraits.

Juan Garcia, age 94 - I bet each line and wrinkle have a story to tell.

This image shows such emotion and is really dramatic, showing decay of a persons life, an what life does to their skin.

Haunting Homeless Faces by Lee Jeffries

Can sadness be beautiful? Lee Jeffries, an amateur photographer proved it with his uncompromising photography. Lee started in photographing homeless people in powerful black and white giving a drama to his portraits.

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