A relative newcomer to the world of photography, Rachmael has developed a keen, clearly defined vision.
Marcia Resnick spent much of the 1970s and 80s photographing the marginalized, talented and creative souls — as well as some pretty famous rockers and poets — who were drawn like a magnet to dirty, old, low-rent and near-bankrupt New York City.
“I find negative space interesting, it’s that absence or void that inspires a lot of curiosity. It can often make people feel uncomfortable.”
He says a “big stopper”–neutral density filter is his best friend because it allows him to slow down the exposure and get that silky, flowing water look.
For Peter Madsen, Black and White is Photography’s Version of ‘Less Is More’
“I try to maintain as close to an analog workflow as possible, minimal gear, minimal choices, allowing me to stay as connected with my surroundings as possible.”
“…if you’ve been looking for a little inspiration to photograph amazing vistas in Black & White this list will be sure to please.”
“…I still prefer good old medium format film to most of my digital photos in black and white.”
“The world is way too colorful these days and black and white photography makes people think and leave more space for imagination.”
“…I wanted to show how modern life is gradually changing and ultimately destroying this incredible place.”
“For me the important part is the whole experience of taking a photograph. I just become more present, more aware of the landscape that is in front of me.”
“It’s about pushing away distractions and peeling away the noise so that I can share that moment through an image.”
“I can say it has taken me as long as nine years to capture one of my images.”
“I also inspired by Haiku, short poem originated in Japan, it teaches me to be simple and look at this world in the most contemplative way. Haiku is about nature and nature is the place where I seek my freedom, expression, and identity.”
In his series The Birds, Bois uses his poetic eye to isolate the birds and photograph them in such a way which emits a powerful mood.
Black and white photography and in general photography is my real passion. If I want to focus on the emotion in my pictures and to bring the idea of the photo to life in a shoot in the first place I do it in black and white pictures.
“…but for some reason I wanted to see how the inner turmoil I felt at the time actually looks like.”
“I wanted it to be enigmatically creepy, and also a bit crazy.”
“Dariusz Klimczak’s latest surreal image challenges us to find our place within space”
“I love Cinema. I love Photography. I love Art. — That is all you really need to know.”