Sad and lonely woman. So dark and grainy but so accurate. <-------Pinner said I wonder what about this says loneliness and sadness vs. isolation or contemplation or thoughtfulness or desperation or contentment or worry.
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The ray of light peeking through the crack creates a blinding effect on the subject. The light is so bright that it blinds her vision, covering her eyes in the photo. The black and white filter makes the ray of light even more bright.
Pin is from Angelica Cruz. I chose this photograph because it has a visual cue, chiaroscuro lighting. Chiaroscuro lighting makes the photo more dramatic because it creates an illusion of making it more three-dimensional.
Diane Arbus' photo also stood out to me because some photos are not composed ike this, the subject all the way to one side and the person covering their whole face. However I like this photo in which she seems to be hiding her insecurities.
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.