Trailer Camp Children, Photographed by Ansel Adams. (The portrait was taken while Adams was on assignment with Dorothea Lange for Fortune in San Joaquin Valley, California. The photograph was sold at Christie’s in 2000 for 8225 USD.
Children at a puppet Theatre watching St. George and the Dragon story; photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Tuileries, Paris, 1963 I love black and white photography precisely because it can capture an expression you can't describe with words.
Ansel Adams, American Photographer of the Landscape working with high contrast in black and white, highlights and dark shadows at odd angles. His works are probably the most valued photographs in America today. He made photography an art form.
I love this photo because it does a great job of showing some extreme bags underneath her eyes. I also love the way her lips are shaped and think it could be a great character choice. But she also has beautiful eyes!