I am appreciating Black and White photography more and more. As you can tell from some of my most recent posts. Of all the photographs of Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart that are out there in the universe this picture is one of my favorites. It is not one of the glamor shots that you would find in the Vanity Fair photo shoots. (I do not remember where this one comes from unfortunately) Mr. Pattinson does not look angst ridden or Ms. Stewart sullen. They both show a strength of character that is their own. Him with his artistic, strong hands and her with the direct look into the camera. I love the texture that is shown in the trim of the dress, the rope and even in their skin. All of this bounced on a solid black background is stunning. I would love to take photographs like this.
A Favorite Picture
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