Thursday, January 28, 2016

THE ART OF BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY - PART 2

THE ART OF BLACK AND
WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY
Part 2

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I posted a blog about 2 or 3 months ago titled "THE ART OF BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY"  and had such incredible response, and still have a lot of hits on that post, that I feel compelled to do a "PART 2" of the same thing.  Since the first time I did that post, my eye has become sharper and found photos that seem more striking, more artistic than even before.   Some black and white photos just reach out and do that.  I have been collecting these photos for over a month now, and finally have put together this special blog, or post of the most incredible black and white photos.  These are being posted from artists all around the world, and I invite everyone who reads this to pass this on.   And I hope, more than anything, we all will treat Black and White Photography as a growing form of art not to be taken lightly.  Enjoy:

Photo Credit: Sacha Lecca - Kevin Parker in concert


Photo Credit:  Max Eremine Photography


Photo Credit:  Max Eremine Photography


Photo Credit:  Andrea Persing


Photo Credit:  Neil Burnell


Photo Credit:  Fig Sauvage Photography

Photo Credit:  Mark Salvador

Awarded Top Selection Black & White by 
Maurizio Grasso
Organized by:  Sara Boscarino
Photo Credit: Ananta WhiteWings
Titled:  "Goin' Home"


Wildlife Photography's Photo - Black and White World
Photo taken by:  Mattia Dori


Photo Credit:  Elisabeth Engels


Photo Credit:  Carlos Ferguson Photography


Photo Credit:  Drak Spirit Photogrophe

Photo Credit:  Bjorn Larsson


Photo Credit:  Mohesh Krishnamurthy



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The Art of Black & White






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That concludes this special edition of "The Art of Black and White - Part 2".  The ones I fell in love with the most, are the ones that have very little grey tones to it, and more contrast, or true black and white.  The real difficult ones, the Black on Black or the White on White are the ones that just take some real professionalism.  Congratulations to all the photographers.  You are an inspiration.  And, when I grow up some day, I hope to be just like you (ha ha).

Thanks to all the photographers.  I am sure I missed some real great photographers who also deserve to be counted on this today, but, I can post only so many photos.  Maybe we will do this again, and we will catch yours then.  Thank you again.
















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