Duchess of Sussex or what happen when you don’t have a taste, but want to be a diva

Here is a perfect example for a lesson «photos, you have to delete right away».

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Unruly hair strand gets all attention, wrinkles on the faces are twice deeper then in reality, discoloured flowers look like holes in the dress and dirt on the hand, white belt cut Harry in 2 pieces, happy bride’ pose is nothing but «I’m going to pee right not».

Former actress Meghan Markle and nowadays Duchess of Sussex should know like no one else that’s it’s not enough to just use Photoshop option to make a good black & white portrait. It requiers at least special lighting and makeup.

No doubt, Dutchess of Sussex flooded her instagram with black & white snaps in order to present herself as a modern version of diva of The Hollywood’ Golden Age. But the result looks like «young photographer’s learning how to use Photoshop», because of lack of taste and professional knowledge.

After such «ingenious» creativity snapshots from old good movies look even more beautiful.

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Tatyana Samojlova and Aleksey Batalov in The Crains Are Flying (1957). Director of photography Sergey Urusevsky was genious.

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Jean Harlow and Clark Gable in Red Dust (1932).

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Jean Harlow wasn’t a classical beauty but she got a much more important gift for an actress called «screen presence».

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Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart in The Big Sleep (1946).

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