Ross Rawlings series “Just Between Us” is beautiful. He places more emphasise on a touch, or a certain look rather than a kiss, which I believe has a more intimate yet profound effect. The visual diary focuses on Rawlings’ relationship with his illustrator girlfriend, Charlotte. He reveals their friendship (completing jigsaws, sharing drinks); along with the tenderness of their emotional connection and the intensity of their physical relationship. As well as the climatic highs Rawlings also explores their emotional lows: moments of deep solitude, longing and the quiet moments after an argument. I personally love this work for it’s documentary soft style. It’s real and I love the attention to minute details. This has really inspired me to create more loving photographs of my boyfriend and me focusing more on a touch, a smile rather than an actual cliché kiss.