Would like to see the colour version … Sart, do you b&w the occasional shot where colour doesn't play such a huge role (i.e. where fabrics and patterns stand out more)? What makes you choose greyscale?
Her layering anticipates the breath of spring out there … the mid-teen (Celsius) temps like here in London. His ensemble: perfectly unadorned.
Why that picture reminds me "Blade Runner" (Ridley Scott, 1982) and "Bis am Ende der Welt ("Until the end of the world".Wim Wenders,1991)? Because it's cosmopolitan:it reflects our time without being slave of it.It's present and real but also -whit the aid of the black and white treatment- not ephemeral.Good work Scott!
What a great picture, absolutely amazing! I like her style, the look in her eyes, the way she stands, every piece she is wearing… I only don't think the boots contribute to his look. They make his legs O-shaped. But that doesn't decrease the greatness of this picture at all!
His boots are so interesting. He does not seem to be too concerned with being photographed. She is not shy about being photographed but is not sure why her picture 'must be at this moment.' This is a great moment of stylish spontaneity.
Now THAT looks like "the future" and a very stylish one at that. Awesome. B&W was perfect for that shot. On any other man I wouldn't like those boots, but they look great on him. Love their 'tude as well.