Black and White Photography by Nina Papiorek

Photographer Nina Papiorek tries to cover a bright spectrum of photography without specializing on one discipline. Basically landscapes, cityscapes, architecture and portraits are her preferred motives. What combines all her works, is the aim to catch a special moment with her camera, which has nothing to do with a particular technique or a scenery, but with a feeling she likes to capture.

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15 Responses to Black and White Photography by Nina Papiorek

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  2. Very beautiful pictures. Do you have any idea where the island in the third picture is?

  3. Very inspiring. Thank you for sharing!

  4. what a composition! so beautiful… :)

  5. sjp says:

    beautifully simplistic

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  7. clodoweg says:

    Toutes les photos sont superbes
    J’aime particulièrement les poses longues du début.

  8. mobius faith says:

    Wow this makes we want to only shoot in B&W. Beautiful images.

  9. I nominated you for the Your on fire award, great blogging!

  10. ¡Preciosas toma, me han encantado!, gracias por compartir, abrazos

  11. Reblogged this on Destructive Testing and commented:
    I thought Terry in particular would like these photographs.

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