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Artistic Portrait Photography - Writing inspiration #nanowrimo #scenes #settings

Rachel Baran is an extraordinarily talented photographer who creates amazing surreal and conceptual portraits that thousands of people have fallen in love with. And she's only 20 years old. Some of her images are dark, introverted and full of suffering, while others encapsulate the young and artistic photographer's youth and joy. What's most important, however, is that all of them are creative and very well-done.

Powerful and Surreal Self Portraits by 20-Year-Old Rachel Baran

Underwater Breathing

Paris 1959; Photo: Pierre Boulat


Atlantic City, Four Women Gelatin Silver Print c. 1960s

Dancers on the Eiffel Tower Paris 1929

Black & White (mimbeau: Dancers on the Eiffel Tower Paris...)

1929 sex education class. Love the looks on their faces!

White Noise - 2008 - Barbara Cole

White Noise - 2008 - Barbara Cole

New York, 1960. by Robert Doisneau


Circa 1910. Atlantic City, N.J. - the bathing hour.

1960: Two ladies at a cafe on the Champs-Elysees, Paris...

A gal from the 1920's. I wish I could tell her that people all over the world were seeing her picture. I think she would smile.

Surreal Photo Montages by Thomas Barbéy -

Terry and Kathy, 1987 by Jan Reich

Photographer: Gordon Parks Dancer Mary Ellen Terry Talking with Her Legs Up in Telephone Booth, 1952

Carmen Miranda dancing on top of a car at Hollywood and Vine to celebrate the end of World War II 1945

Black & White


August 14, 1945: ”People sitting on curb among tickertape, confetti and paper after celebrating the end of WWII in NYC on VJ Day” by Alfred Eisenstaedt

Elena Kalis on Flickr.

reading (Central Park, New York Photo by Yale Joel, 1957)

A Flapper getting a tattooed garter belt. c.1920s

Don Honeyman 1951 Vogue