Black and white is a different way of seeing the world.
It is often thought that black and white is a simple technique to manage in photography, but it is not.
Through black and white the photographer shows us his world in colours, playing with shades of gray, shadows and lights.
The greatest photographers have tried their hand at black and white photography and many of them have never abandoned this technique.
The Black and White Photo Contest has ended and we finally have the winners. Our judges chose the best 5 photographers. It was not an easy choice, the quality of the photos presented in this edition was very high. We are pleased to announce the winners of the Balck & White Photo Contest (Storytelling).
Congrats to all the photographers.
Ice is getting rarer and the ice in Siberia has never been that thin at the end of October. Climate change is visible and felt everywhere. The ice is melting very fast everywhere in de world.
With this series of photos, which shows abstractions of the ‘black’ ice on Lake Baikal, I want to show artworks on the wall in order to start global warming as a topic of conversation.
In reality, the ice also looked almost black in that area and what you see here are macros of the cracks in the ice. These photos were taken in the first half of February at temperatures of -35 ° C.
But for how long?
These series of photos must be seen in the wright order for presentation. From left to right : BlackIce1 – BlackIce2 – BlackIce3.
Olive branches that rise to the sky in silence.
Old olive trunks with human features.
The old olive trunks with human features.
What goes on behind the scenes?
Cross Walk Art
The streets of Little Havana in Miami Florida are full of the Art and Culture of a People who were forced to flee from their island in the Caribean to escape communism. This photo was taken at my favorite crosswalk in Little Havana because I can capture so many candid interactions.
When The Tourists Become The Art
The streets of Little Havana in Miami Florida are full of the Art and Culture of a People who were forced to flee from their island in the Caribean to escape communism. This photo was taken in Little Havana, of one of the many tourists who enjoy our culture, coffee, and art.
Captured by Art
The streets of Little Havana in Miami Florida are full of the Art and Culture of a People who were forced to flee from their island in the Caribean to escape communism. This photo was taken while a family stopped to watch a dancer during an art festival in Little Havana.
Teenagers’ emotions are a huge tangle of difficult threads, they live in a constant state of conflict.
Teens explore situations where their limits can be tested.
If adolescence could be identified with three words, surely they could be used: identity, limit and conflict.
In this period, adolescents try to understand what their tastes, beliefs and goals are.