London based Japanese photographer Nobuyuki Taguchi only shots black and white photos. In this collection are featured beautiful urban landscapes images from around Europe.
Incredible fine art photography by Indonesian photographer Hengki Koentjoro, specializing in issues of marine life and nature. In black & white, find shots from particular series called “Black” and “Mindfulness” in the sequel.
Experimental photographic work by Brazilian artist Juliana Manara.
“MiniB was my imagination and now I am being able to make it visible through a playful, humorous photographic work. With fantasy it simulates some observations of human life. Each work brings ideas of feelings, facts or attitudes. It introduces multiple meanings with the universality of landscapes, sometimes surreal environments and always a good relationship between human and other animals or the needy relation between humans and material things. MiniB invites us to dialogue about our existence and also can claim to some absurdities of the human conditions. Sometimes it simulates a lost mind, sometimes the challenges or obligations or a very peaceful moment.”
Photographer: Mitja Kobal
…Cerknisko jezero, Slovenia….
Lake Cerknica is intermittent lake in the Southwestern part of Slovenia. When full is the largest lake in Slovenia, when not it’s eerie features come to the light. Legends of witches are alive here and so is the saying “where witches bewitched the nature”
Paltinu – a seagull camera project by romanian photographer Monica Raduta.
Brooke Shaden is a fine art photographer living and working in the Los Angeles area. Her passion lies in creating new worlds through photographs. Her vision extends beyond the realm of the camera, creating images that resemble paintings and speak of an era that is not our own. Each image is a story.
World traveler, american photographer Monica Denevan offers us beautiful pictures in black and white taken during her stay in various Asian countries, including Burma and China.
French self-taught photographer Elaine Vallet captures unique moments in space and time witnessing society evolution through her lens.
Great shots combining nature and human beings by Minneapolis-based Fine Art photographer Peter Jamus.
Vassilis Tangoulis is a professional photographer from Greece, who likes to capture moments that look not ordinary. Long exposures, infrared photography.
I believe that looking the world through a filter could be a reason for re-evaluation.
Josef Hoflehner is an Austrian photographer known for his amazing black and white landscapes and also for his great and unique way of capturing the simplicity of beauty.
Fine Art Photography from Russian Photographer Victoria Ivanova. Lights, perspectives, lens and ordinary objects are used to create new style and ideas of photography.
Martin Stavars focuses in on the urban landscapes of Chongqing, China for his latest photography series “City of Fog.” The Poland native is known for his black and white photography and has been featured in magazines all over the world.
Fine art photographer Samad Ghorbanzadeh crafts images that depict landscapes of eerie surreal scenes. Shooting entirely in black and white, on each of his mesmerizing dreamscapes there is an obvious calm creepiness.
Kevin Saint Grey is a fine art photographer with a minimalist aesthetic, based in Los Angles, California. Shot completely in black and white, his images are absolutely impressive.
Olivier Du Tré is a Belgian/Canadian fine art landscape photographer. His goal as a photographer is to capture these emotions each time he shoot a scene. Of course, he relies on Mother Nature to put on a good show, but he often digitally manipulates his photos to showcase a mood and emotion he had while taking the picture. His work often revolves around silence, solitude, weather, light and trees. In every combination possible.
“Sarah Ann Loreth does not take photographs; she creates them from scenes she pulls from deep within her psyche. Sarah is a fine art photographer from New Hampshire, who specializes in self-portraiture. In her work she tries to covey a quiet stillness of emotion with a connection to her natural surroundings. From her use of color she creates a reality found only in her imagination but so unbelievably human. She toes the line between darkness and light, unafraid to explore themes that others may find uncomfortable. Through death, destruction, suicide, or abandon, Sarah examines the darker side of the human spirit. With photographs full of stories and symbolism she sees a life in death that shouldn’t be feared. Her work evokes a connection from the viewer, a feeling of oneness of the human experience and a mystery that leaves you wondering what will happen next.”
Helen Warner is a fine art photographer living and working in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
“I try to create photographs that allow us escape into fictional worlds, mainly influenced by mythology and legends. I like my shoots to be full of movement, theatre and expression, it’s a complete collaboration between me and the models.”