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We are nature by Christoffer Relander
It is a follow up to author’s recent multiple exposure series, such as We are Nature Vol. l and Vol.ll. As in the previous work, photographer creatively mixed portraits with nature.
Masculine Beauty in Andei’s Vishnyakov photography
Russian photography Andrei Vishnyakov takes a lot of different pictures: couples, children, women and more. However, the bigger part of his portfolio consists of men beauty. Photographer highlights the body parts, muscular, the power of the man. These… are only the few photographs that I have chosen to present this photographer.
Surreal black and white photography by Ben Zank ll Artist On Tumblr
Ohh boy… This photographer has so many great pictures that I could do at least 5 more posts with his works. Ben Zank is that one photographer that is always thinking outside the box.
Rohingya - stateless and unwanted by Artur Gutowski
Artur Gutowski is student of Polish National Film School. His interests are primarly related to journalistic and documentary photography. Author documented human condition in Africa, Asia and North America. Arturs subject is the man and his position in the modern world. These photographs were taken in the Kutupalong and Shaplapour camps on the Myanmar-Bengali border. The place where the conditions in the camp are more desperate than in any other area where human Rights Watch organization is active.
Black and White landscapes by Xavier Rey
Xavier shoots glorious landscapes in Black and White: cities, seas, coasts and more… ”My photographic approach is something instinctive, as an impulse that prompts me to press the trigger at a specific time to pick a place, atmosphere, people … I love photographing in the moment, discover a place and I try to appropriate it. “
Black and White shots by Travis Patterson.
Near Cambria, California.
Along The Boy Scout Tree Trail, Jedidiah Smith Redwoods State Park, California.
Near Paris, Virginia.
White Sands National Monument, New Mexico.
Palmetto Leaf Detail, Skidaway Island State Park, Georgia.
Devil’s Tower National Monument, Wyoming.
Tucson Mountain Park, Arizona.
Kelp, Monterey, California.
Existence by Brian Powers
Photographer Brian Powers in his black and white photo project “Existence” combined a mystery, dark environment and an interesting story telling. The main object (the soul or the human being - depends on how we could interpret it) runs to find a shelter. A shelter from the cold or maybe from the chaos of his own mind.
Horses in the dark by Nick Aldridge
Yes, guys. Black and White post again. Sorry for that, but I couldn’t resist to no upload this posts. Photographer Nick Aldridge shoot several horses in the studio for his own and personal project. Artist highlighted great parts of this animal (muscular). We can’t see the horse in the full view but that just gives us a bigger chance to focus on particular parts of the body.
Alpes 2010 by Emmanuel Correia
If you look into Emmanuel Correia’s portfolio, you probably see a lot of different, creative and interesting black and white photography’s compositions. Landscapes in Emmanuel’s works always looks aesthetic and yet, detailed.
Last Summer by Charles N. Hedeen
C.N. Hedeen is an award winning photographer, who lives in Southwestern Montana. His fresh photo project, called “Last Summer” highlights the detailed plants. What is interesting is that author did not focused on bright coloring that could reference to summer but on the aesthetics.
Photography by Gianni Baccega
BODY by Kristina Gentvainyte
Black and White surrealism by Mikel Muruzabal
Incredible black and white photography by Gianni Boradori