Black and White Photography always have been a hard photography style to accomplish for me, I am a great fan! Eventually I'll get around to it, for now let's just look at this beautiful series by Guilherme Afonso who shared his perspective of Huacachina. To be honest, I had to looked it up where it was and according to Wikipedia. It's a desert oasis and tiny village just west of the city of Ica in southwestern Peru, pretty stunning lines indeed! Behind the photo series, we are featuring the work from Guilherme Afonso who is a photographer from Porto, Portugal. Focusing also his work in photojournalism, you can follow his work on Behance. More Links Follow Guilherme Afonso on: Behance
There are some awesome scenes in Italy in the latest season of 'Master of None'. Here in Brazil, there are tons of Italian immigrants and we get to see a lot of their culture, so Italy has always been a country Brazilians really enjoy. Most definitely it is one of those countries I will definitely visit when I get the chance. I'll probably visit vineyards, eat pasta and ride a scooter. Yeah, yeah, all the clichê stuff, but that's awesome nonetheless. Check out some awesome black and white pictures of beautiful Italia! Don't forget to click the pictures to visit more of each photographers' portfolios! Cheers. ;)
Photography has become one of my favorite hobbies. I am far from a pro, much more like a beginner/enthusiast. One of my favorite subjects is buildings and the geometric forms of big cities, with skyscrapers, textures and vanishing points. I am always looking for references and inspiration on sites like 500px, Behance and Flickr. There is where I found the work of Michael-Bies, a photographer from Landau Palatinate, Germany. He has some incredible black and white photos of urban and architecture subjects. I selected some of my favorites. Look at the simplicity of the composition and the effect created by the textures. Photography About the photographer For more information about Michael check out his 500px profile at https://500px.com/michael-bies/about
As I am trying to be a better photographer, the more I realized how hard it is to go on a path of taking only Black & White pictures. I mean you’re disclosing yourself from so many colours and maybe it is easy to give it a try. But to me, it’s quite a challenge! We are taking a closer look at the work of Bimal Tailor who is a photographer based in London, UK. With what he called: Moody London, we are taken on a little ride around the streets of beautiful London through its tall buildings, reflections, landmarks and very cool perspectives. You should definitely check out his Instagram at @bimalt More information: http://bimaltailor.co.uk.
It is holiday in the US this Monday and besides resting a bit and trying to learn new things, like a new language (italian this time). I took some time to work on the final details of the new Abduzeedo site. Hopefully it will go live in the next couple of days but I want to share a bit more of the references I had during the process. Today I will feature 2 web design projects and a poster that illustrate the look and feel I am trying to achieve. If you have references on this style, share that with me via the comments, I'd love to see more examples on this look and feel.
Posters are always a great outlet for designers giving us a canvas with fixed dimensions to explore different ideas, styles and forms. The purpose, of course ,is communication. Fabian Fohrer explores some really cool ideas on a series of black and white posters for a college project. I love how simple and bold some of them are, especially with the usage of just black and white. This is a selection of b/w posters arose the last year. Some are the result of university projects, some are personal works. All KD—Lounge posters (4/7/8/9/12) use our Moderat typeface. Fabian Fohrer is a graphic design student based in Constance, Germany, with a passion for branding, graphic design and typography. For more information check out http://www.fabianfohrer.com/
The new Sin City movie is scheduled to be released in a couple of weeks and from the latest trailer it is looking fantastic. I love the black and white, high contrast style and I am playing with some concepts inspired by that for a new ABDZ poster. So for this post I will share some images with that sort of noir style.
This photography series is done by British photographer Rupert Vandervell. It highlights the unique visual characteristics of the human form against the urban background. For more from Rupert Vandervell visit rupertvandervell.co.uk/. Captured against the ever-changing backdrop of the modern city, these photographs highlight the presence of life and the unique visual characteristics of the human form against the urban background.
I really like moody photographs. It's great to see photographers capturing amazing images like these featured here. Rainy days are pretty special... it's fuel for growth in every way. In nature, rain only brings growth, rebirth and that feel that things will be kept in their natural order. Sometimes, it may cause even destruction, but most of the time, rain simply gives us amazing days to get cozy. I want you to feel this with this post. Not the depression rain might bring to some, but coziness a time to think about life. It's great. And of course that these were taken by some really talented artists/photographers. For more of their art, please, visit each portfolio by clicking the images. I hope you show them some love. Enjoy! Cheers. ;) Shawn Felipe Acevedo Orozco Drew Bryden Steve Lundeen Francesco Baldiotti Piero Damiani nick dewolf Nathaniel Smith Paolo Carmignani Sharon Pilkey Jason van der Valk
There's something special about Black & White photography, the way it turns a single moment into so many feelings. What better place to take moments from than the streets. Check out this selection of street photography from all over the globe. Enjoy! by soneryaman by roblfc1892 by oO-Rein-Oo by DinnerSpoiler by celilsezer by oO-Rein-Oo by Lekompakt by Nat-ty by cahilus by david-sotosek by dannyst by Yousry-Aref-Photos by petarda18 by MisterKey by JACAC by guyprives by minotauro9 by RezzanAtakol by Masisus
Last year I made a post called Black & White Snow Wonderland and we had a great feedback, everyone seemed to love it. Since I just got my first snow day of the season this weekend, I decided to repeat the dose and pick some fresh photos from this winter. Hope you enjoy! Here is a link to my first post Black & White Snow Wonderland Denis Romanov Madison Guy sparth David Olsson thostme Zen Roxy local paparazzi Greg Berdan leah.beah Mike Cialowicz iPlaid34 mountain dawg phule beaconsoul Rukasu1
Taken by the Spanish freelance photographer Patricia Gil Mayoral, this collection of black & white photos from Iceland is simply amazing. Each shot of landscape heaven is very nostalgic with a great feel to it, you can look at each shot and imagine a story behind it. Take a look through this collection and enjoy! For more from Patricia Gil Mayoral visit her at flickr.com/photos/pgilma
Winter time is on, and last night the east coast got hit with a big snow storm that left everything white. So I decided to share some incredible black & white photography of snow wonderland. Enjoy! Gavin Dunbar Lens 92 Gavin Dunbar socks57 fede_gen88 Wiking66 Tobi_2008 sant.o andywon Wout VdV Philipp Klinger Aurélien VIVIER Mute* Subjective Art Zeb Andrews JenniPenni Andri Elfarsson
I love black and white photography and specially shots on the street, where people are not expecting and most of the time don't even know they have been captured in that very moment. The feelings that the streets bring into a photography are so strong and priceless. Check out this selection of black and white photography. by Michael Penn by Hugh Hill by Michael Penn by alberto.degennaro by Sion Fullana by About a Mayordomo by charles le brigand by petergriffin_1892 by Doudou by silvertony45 by Sion Fullana by johnkershner by silvertony45 by C.W. Thomas by flydime by Sebastian Mary by Mohsan by Alexandre Foulon by Sailing (Ronn ashore) by ndnbrunei by bstorage by David Guimarães by H.M.Lenstalk by unclebuzz1 by Valery Titievsky by H.L.Tam
Why go too crazy when you can keep it simple and elegant with black & white. A great business card design can be in any form of design or color, but sometimes all you need is to keep it simple in order for guaranteed success, and here are some really good samples of how you can get it done right. The main thing about business card is to represent yourself and/or your work in that little piece of paper (if you chose to go with paper with all the other options we have today), and a lot of people find it difficult to do that. One thing for sure is that you can't go wrong if you make it simple, no matter what is your working area, a black and white business card will fit for anyone. It's the forces of the combination of the two main colors that give a great contrast and such an appeal onto the design. Combine this with other classic elements and you have a great business card. So, how can you express yourself on your business card if it's so simple on black and white? That's when the extra elements will get in play, in these samples if you see each business card on this selection you will notice that most of them have an extra element to increment the black and white design, it can be a special typo, a different design, some drawings, anything that will help the card to represent yourself better. Worse case scenario as you can see in some of these is that the card will be too simple but yet elegant. Enjoy!
Today the depthCORE.com Collective released a new exhibition, their 35th, precisely, and it's entitled "NOIR". The coolest thing in the NOIR chapter is that it's entirely in black & whithe and with, as usual, fantastic pieces. It's definitely worth checking it out. For more info visit http://depthCORE.com Today, the depthCORE.com Collective are delighted to release our 35th exhibition, an entirely black & white body of work entitled 'NOIR'. Consisting of over one hundred songs, photographs, illustrations and animations, 'NOIR' is a deep and immersive experience that is the result of an enthusiastic and considered response to an evocative theme from new and old artists alike. The months behind the scene spent creating the work that comprises this Chapter were some of the most artistically charged in our six year history; it is no stretch to say that this was an immensely enjoyable release to create. We consider this Chapter to be one of our better efforts, and (as always) hope you enjoy viewing it as much as we did producing it. Justin Maller Creative Director depthCORE.com Below you can see some of the fantastic designs from the NOIR chapter.