Collection of Conceptual Monochrome Photography
A (not so) long exposure shot of waves on the rocks at Al Khan Beach, Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
Monochrome Photography By : Zameel Hamza
Photography By : Brooke Pennington
Photography By : Spencer Brown
Photography By : Adam Bellefeuil
Photography By : Eduard Crispi
Photography By : Link Bekka
Photography By : Vulture Labs
Nikon D80, 18-200mmVR, Central Park, NYC
Photography By : Neil Bennett
Photography By : Dan Biggins
aka as Ursus arctos beringianus. This particular fellow was quite nosy and moving here and there in its compound, chasing its bear friends. The final image is a bit of a departure from the the original image. It’s pretty dark, I know, but I like it this way.
Apart from the usual benefits of converting hairy animals to b&w (like accentuating the structure of the fur, etc.) in this particular case the conversion added a certain air of timelessness to the portrait. Don’t know if this makes any sense to you but it’s about as good as as I am able to express myself here.
Photography By : Christian Meermann
Photography By : Danilo Souza
Photography By : Denis Allbertovich
Cork Gaol was a pretty impressive structure, but could have done with less gimmicks (i.e. get rid of the manequins). The natural lighting provided great shadows.
Photography By : Mike Crough
Elephants on the Chobe River in the Chobe National Park in Botswana
Photography By : Mario Moreno
Photography By : Kouji Tomihisa
I’ve been photographing this area in Guangxi province, China, since 2006 and witnessing the fast decay of the cormorant fisherman. The man in the foreground is over 90 and is one of the last in activity. The youngest fisherman are attracted by new and more profitable jobs, opening the way for the disappearing of a traditional craft and culture.
Photography By : Joel Santos
Week two of my year long project. I’m starting out with exploring the actual camera, noticing things I have never paid attention to.. such as the fact that this was manufactured in Binghampton, NY. I’ve had this camera for over two years now and never noticed that!
Photography By : Andrew Paranavitana