This photo is from the last collection of André Kertész's "Distortion" series taken in 1984 a year before his death. This photo along with the rest of his series depicts the distorted view that not only society has on the female form but women themselves have about themselves. This sits true especially in society today on how women are altering themselves from what they were to look fake and distorted. I really like his use of his subjects and the bending of light to get a distorted look. This was one of my favorite photos he did.
Roy Decarava's photography was very in tune with the times he was living in and was immersed in the jazz and blues culture. The music at most times was very broody and solemn but at times was contrasted with light hearted vibes. This picture depicts that contrast with the African American piano man playing in a darkly lit room but dressed in a white shirt playing on the white keys of the piano. I love the feeling this photo gives you can almost hear the music playing.