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- i chose this photo because I found it interesting,like the way it shows different views of a woman face

- i chose this photo because I found it interesting,like the way it shows different views of a woman face

Steve McCurry's India - Telegraph

Steve McCurry's India - Telegraph

Photographer Lee Jeffries has shown that it’s possible by taking very expressive portraits of people. But not just any kind of people; all of his models are homeless men, women and children that he has met in Europe and the United States.

Photographer Lee Jeffries has shown that it’s possible by taking very expressive portraits of people. But not just any kind of people; all of his models are homeless men, women and children that he has met in Europe and the United States.

" Taking This a Bit Personally, Aren't You?"

" Taking This a Bit Personally, Aren't You?"

Touch, it means so much. #inspired #weltevrede In this picture nonverbal communication means to me that the slightest touch & the way you present it to a person can mean so much and they can get the perception of the way you feel about them just by a single touch.

Touch, it means so much. #inspired #weltevrede In this picture nonverbal communication means to me that the slightest touch & the way you present it to a person can mean so much and they can get the perception of the way you feel about them just by a single touch.

Martin Parr '05 Venice

Martin Parr '05 Venice

Thousands of pictures of senior men with guitars. Few of senior women. This one speaks a thousand words. C):>{I-

Thousands of pictures of senior men with guitars. Few of senior women. This one speaks a thousand words. C):>{I-

Gritty Personal Portraits of Homeless People in LA - My Modern Metropolis - click to see them all.

Gritty Personal Portraits of Homeless People in LA - My Modern Metropolis - click to see them all.

Portrait Photography Tips and Ideas (7) More

Portrait Photography Tips and Ideas (7) More

(Chicago, 1968, Vivian Maier) I love how all three women are positioned in a way that goes from smallest to tallest, it shows that most unexpected photographs can turn out perfect.

(Chicago, 1968, Vivian Maier) I love how all three women are positioned in a way that goes from smallest to tallest, it shows that most unexpected photographs can turn out perfect.