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Prise de Courcelles 1918 | André Ruiter Stereoscopy – Black & White Photography Article

Prise de Courcelles 1918 | André Ruiter Stereoscopy Prise de Courcelles is a triptych of 45x107mm glass stereoviews published by Brentano’s from Paris. It shows the horrors of The Great War. In a previous post I showed one stereoview from Prise de Courcelles (“The taking of Courcelles”) to illustrate Brentano’s role as a wholesaler. In this post I will cover the complete triptych. The three images were very popular and were common in the collections sold by retailers after the…

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How things are – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

How things are – Monochromia Not what we’re used to © Steven Willard Greeted at the door wearing a face mask with hand sanitizer. It’s hard to feel welcome. This is Rhinebeck, New York today, streets blocked to make space for merchants to bring their goods outdoors and restaurant tables out on the sidewalks. Olympus Pen F with Panasonic 15mm f1.7 lens, processed in Snapseed. Take a few minutes to check out my blog https://stevenwillardimages.wordpress.com   Like this:Like Loading… Related…

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Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography – Black & White Photography Article

Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography LONG EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT – OVERCOMING CHALLENGES – Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography Home » Blog » Blog and News » LONG EXPOSURE PHOTOGRAPHY IN AN URBAN ENVIRONMENT – OVERCOMING CHALLENGES This is only a snippet of a…

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Borgund Stavkyrje – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Borgund Stavkyrje – Monochromia   As promised last week, here is a picture of the whole church, all wood and almost black with age. This church has survived with the least amount of alteration. Throughout Europe there where some 1000 wooden churches built this is one of the 28 left.Fun fact: If you come from the village you can get married here.Nikon Z6Nikkor Z 24-70f/4 SPP. Silver efexPro II Like this:Like Loading… Related September 26, 2020September 25, 2020 kilted1 Tagged…

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Friday, 25th September, 2020. – Black & White Photography Article

Friday, 25th September, 2020. Still struggling with Blogger(Thanks Linda for your advice!)These photos were posted by Rob (Ready, steady…), tomthebackroadstraveller (Amish scenes), Pictografio (Muzeum Slaskie), Linda (Elevator Lobby), Molly (Little), and magiceye (Mumbai skyline).  Click the links above or the photos themselves to view them full size – it’s worth it … This is only a snippet of a Black and White Photography Article written by Dragonstar Read Full Article

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Nude Magazines from La Belle Époque – Black & White Photography Article

Nude Magazines from La Belle Époque Nude photography was widespread in France in the beginning of the 20th century. Postcards and stereoviews of nude models were readily available. The government tolerated these images as long as they were not obscene and did not disturb public order.Several nude magazines appeared in a short time, but what was tolerated by the government and what wasn’t acceptable, was not clearly defined by law. Photographers and publishers had to act discreetly to prevent being…

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What lies behind – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

What lies behind – Monochromia Watertown,Connecticut © Steven Willard I have no recollection about the front of this building, it left no impression on me, but I do remember thinking when I saw this array of meters that there must have been a lot going on here at some time. I’d like to go back sometime to see if I could get inside for some photography. Pentax K5IIs with f2.8 35mm macro lens, processed in PS Express and Snapseed. I…

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Like Dragons in the air – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Like Dragons in the air – Monochromia Norway is known for it’s wooden churches. This one in Borgund is no exception It dates back to 1183 but the timber used was felled in 1180. My picture shows just some small details of the roof against a stormy sky. I’ll share some shots going forward of the whole building. Until next time…stay safe. Nikon Z6Nikon Z 24-70 f/4.0s Like this:Like Loading… Related September 19, 2020September 18, 2020 kilted1 Tagged Black And…

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Bibiheybat by Fidan Nazim Qizi – Black & White Photography Article

Bibiheybat by Fidan Nazim Qizi Born in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan, Fidan Nazim Qizi lives in Baku, but travels often to other countries. She loves nature and mountains, as well as doing hiking. She started taking her first black and white photos when she saw the works of amazing photographer Vivian Maier. She is the reason Fidan chose to shoot in black and white medium. Fidan likes photography so much, because she believes photography can give us energy, feelings,…

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Bibiheybat by Fidan Nazim Qizi – Black & White Photography Article

Bibiheybat by Fidan Nazim Qizi Born in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan, Fidan Nazim Qizi lives in Baku, but travels often to other countries. She loves nature and mountains, as well as doing hiking. She started taking her first black and white photos when she saw the works of amazing photographer Vivian Maier. She is the reason Fidan chose to shoot in black and white medium. Fidan likes photography so much, because she believes photography can give us energy, feelings,…

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Storms a Comin’ to Assateague – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Storms a Comin’ to Assateague – Monochromia Assateague Island is a 37 mile long island along the coasts of Maryland and Virginia known for it’s wild horses.  We saw a few the day that we visited but they were far in the distance. “The “wild” horses on Assateague are actually feral animals, meaning that they are descendants of domestic animals that have reverted to a wild state. Horses tough enough to survive the scorching heat, abundant mosquitoes, stormy weather and…

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The Weekend in Black and White: Friday, 18th September, 2020. – Black & White Photography Article

The Weekend in Black and White: Friday, 18th September, 2020. Things are looking strange today – Blogger has changed!  It’s taken me a long time to get this far, and I’m not really happy with the result.Anyway, these (after a lot of thought) are my favourites from last week. FollygirlDebbie Kwarkitobetty – NZ  Vivishagerom        Click the links above or the photos themselves to view them full size – it’s worth it … This is only a snippet of a Black…

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Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography – Black & White Photography Article

Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography LIVE ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP NOVEMBER 2020 – CREATING (en)VISIONOGRAPHY – THE ART OF BLACK & WHITE FINE ART PHOTOGRAPHY – Julia Anna Gospodarou | Black and White Fine Art Photography and Architectural Photography Home » Blog » Blog and News » LIVE ONLINE PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP NOVEMBER 2020 – CREATING (en)VISIONOGRAPHY –…

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Seen Better Days – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Theodore Roosevelt National Park – Seen Better Days – Monochromia Black And White Photography, Dan, Photography Theodore Roosevelt National Park – North Dakota, The Wild Horses #TRNP http://traun-photo.com/dan/theodore-roosevelt-national-park-north-dakota-the-wild-horses-trnp/ via @traunphoto Like this:Like Loading… Related September 18, 2020September 14, 2020 Dan Traun Tagged Black And White Photography, Dan, Dan Traun, dantraun.com, Monochromia, Photography, Theodore Roosevelt National Park Leave a comment This is only a snippet of a Black and White Photography Article written by Dan Traun Read Full Article

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Free Webinar Quick Mask Pro – October 4, 2020 | BWVISION – Black & White Photography Article

Free Webinar Quick Mask Pro – October 4, 2020 | BWVISION FREE WEBINAR ON QUICK MASK PRO PANEL – OCTOBER 4, 2020Following up on the well-received free webinars for the B&W artisan pro X panel earlier this year, I’m now announcing a free, live, and interactive webinar on the use of the Quick Mask Pro panel.There are several tutorials on YouTube on the Quick Mask pro panel, but I believe they have limitations and certainly, they are outdated.Considering my experience…

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Gaumont Stéréodrome | André Ruiter Stereoscopy – Black & White Photography Article

Gaumont Stéréodrome | André Ruiter Stereoscopy The Gaumont Stéréodrome is a well designed and robust stereoscope for 6x13cm glass stereoviews, manufactured by the Societé des Etablissements Gaumont from Paris.Léon GaumontLéon Ernest Gaumont (1864–1946) was a French industrialist and pioneer of the motion picture industry. He worked at the Comptoir Général de Photographie from 1893 and acquired the business two years later. It was the start of L. Gaumont et Cie with the flower “Marguerite” as company logo.Gaumont’s company sold camera…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia – Black & White Photography Article

Guest Post – Pavel Suba – Monochromia Dew Frosted Banded Demoiselle My name is Pavel, and I’ve been living in Prague, Czechia for 30 years, although I’m originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, where I lived until 1990. I’ve been photographing for about 30 years. I studied visual arts and photography at Johannesburg Art, Ballet, Drama and Music School (now the National School of Arts), and then photography at the Performing Arts Academy in Prague (FAMU), specializing in social documentary. My…

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