Contrast- There is contrast in the black and white. The shadows are black, while the white is where the light is coming from, probably the sun. There is also a contrast in the amount of space that the person is taking up in the picture, compared to the wall he is skating in front of.

Contrast- There is contrast in the black and white. The shadows are black, while the white is where the light is coming from, probably the sun. There is also a contrast in the amount of space that the person is taking up in the picture, compared to the wall he is skating in front of.

martin parr  Interested in Art? Check out the artist Leo Alexander Scott ....  http://leoalexanderscott.mackaycreatives.com.au

A Collection of Some of the Most Iconic 20th Century Photography

martin parr Interested in Art? Check out the artist Leo Alexander Scott .... http://leoalexanderscott.mackaycreatives.com.au

John Bulmer - Manchester (1977)   For Bulmer’s last assignment in the north of England, Geo magazine wanted images that showed a new, vibrant Manchester. This series of photographs was not well received at the time, but is regarded today an important social documentary

North faces: John Bulmer's photographs of life in northern England

John Bulmer - Manchester (1977) For Bulmer’s last assignment in the north of England, Geo magazine wanted images that showed a new, vibrant Manchester. This series of photographs was not well received at the time, but is regarded today an important social documentary

The barbed wire in this photo add the formal element of line. This picture also uses the rule of thirds as both of the faces are a third of the way vertical or horizontal

The barbed wire in this photo add the formal element of line. This picture also uses the rule of thirds as both of the faces are a third of the way vertical or horizontal

EDITOR'S PIC OF THE DAY  Photo: JOHN BULMER Liverpool. The North.  If this was taken in Reading, I would swear this is my mum!!

EDITOR'S PIC OF THE DAY Photo: JOHN BULMER Liverpool. The North. If this was taken in Reading, I would swear this is my mum!!

Eugène Atget (February 12, 1857 – August 4, 1927) was a French flaneur and a pioneer of documentary photography,

Eugène Atget (February 12, 1857 – August 4, 1927) was a French flaneur and a pioneer of documentary photography,

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