Creepy means different things to different people, it might be a person in a costume, a subject in cloak of darkness, or, as in the cover photo here, something is just not quite right. Sometimes an image is undoubtedly 'creepy' but also beautiful, so even if it isn't considered sinister by everyone who views it, there should be an appreciable aesthetic to the image. This is a deliberately vague/open brief, where the only rule is - the subject of the photo must be creepy. The subject can be still life, portrait, street etc, and in colour or black and white.
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