Bill Brandt The rule of thirds in this photograph makes the image look very interesting. All three sections of the image show a great deal of texture, highlighted by the black and white effect.
Bill Brandt - London, 1937 From The Photography of Bill Brandt
Photo: Bill Brandt. Belgravia, 1951.
Max Ernst, 1963 by Bill Brandt
Here is a photo by Bill Brandt called 'copper' I like this photo as it is so mysterious and dark. I find it mysterious and dark because it makes me wonder why a policemen is down what looks like a threatening ally way just standing there.
Bill Brandt - the elimination of the head and limbs, and exaggeration of the spine gives an interesting perspective on the human body. Yes Bill, you go gurl~
Bill Brandt black and white photography
photos by Bill Brandt: everyday_i_show
I love how the light hits each cobblestone and how foreboding the sillouhete of the house looks #U4APSA
battersea bridge by billy brandt 1930
Bill Brandt - Halifax, 1937
Bill Brandt England 1940
Bill Brandt (British, born Germany. 1904–1983) Seaford, East Sussex Coast
Bill Brandt, The Adelphi, 1939.
untitled photo by Bill Brandt; London, 1937
Bill Brandt - Top Withens, West Riding, Yorkshire (1945)