“…seeing colours somewhat stripped from reality made me spend more time on each print and eventually fall in love with the medium.”
Tomoki Momozono uses black and white in an effort to tell a story about a Punk Rocker.
We typically stray away from color, but just so we can keep you up to date on one of the latest Instagram trends…
“Didja hear the one about the guy who put a $35 lens on a $6,000 camera?”
A relative newcomer to the world of photography, Rachmael has developed a keen, clearly defined vision.
Where a lot of portrait photographers end up failing at first is saying that they want to shoot portraits and then not realizing that it’s a full creative and collaborative process.
“To begin, dark and moody portraits, at least in the sense that we are talking about here, are designed for the highlights to draw your attention to the subject in a specific way.”
“I find negative space interesting, it’s that absence or void that inspires a lot of curiosity. It can often make people feel uncomfortable.”
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.”
“Music is my main medium, it’s similar in a way that you’re creating something from the ground up, but with photography you have much less to work with in that, once you’ve captured the image, you have a very strict boundary of manipulation.”
“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.”
Let’s explore some of the visual devices which Minor White used to create photos of the natural world that are truly amazing.
“I can say it has taken me as long as nine years to capture one of my images.”
“I like the surreal but at the same time, I hate when it’s predominant and redundant. What I try to do in my photos, it’s to give a little touch of surreal.”
“For all my life I have been fascinated with mathematics and geometry shapes and forms of space.”
“People should always ponder if black and white really brings out their photographic work.”
When you look at the work of Tomasz Zaczenuik, you get the feeling of being transported to a place of pure magic. Mr. Zaczenuik is very passionate about animals and creating his photographic compositions to transport the viewer to a surreal world. A digital artist for 10 years, Mr. Zaczenuik has had his wok displayed in exhibits, galleries, etc. Like every other surreal photographer out there, he has a message to convey in his images.
Black and white photography creates an emotional connection between the viewer and the subject.
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