Black&White Photography

24 DECEMBER 2015

Anuj Arora

 Anuj Arora Pushkar, Dharamshala & Delhi in  B&W “Photography is not only my passion but a vent out because of which I can connect with the world like nature, people, history and heritage. I have been a photographer since 4 years and will continue with it my whole life.” The Technique Whenever I go for shooting […]

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24 DECEMBER 2015

MIGUEL VALDIVIESO

MIGUEL VALDIVIESO – Quiet Place – The Landscapes Series Miguel Valdivieso is an international landscape photographer who has developed a consistent line of work around long exposure techniques. Photography has been a private, introspective area where he has found a special sense of contemplation. With his work, Miguel pretends to share his fluid understanding of […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

Liat Federman. Urban Life In B&W

Liat Federman. Urban Life In B&W Liat Federman, A well known photographer, with a background as interior designer & a high sense of artistic esthetic, Exhibit here at Lens Magazine the second time, this time we featured her Street Photography series and we were lucky to ask her a few questions about B&W Photography. -Hello […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

Dr. Avi Perl . Everybody has a story

Dr. Avi Perl Everybody has a story Born in Haifa, Israel. Age 58. Married; 3 sons. Ph.D. in Plant Genetics.  For the last 3 years serving as the Chief Scientist of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development.  I started photography in the darkroom, in 1973 and I have used a darkroom for many years. […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

Itai Monnickendam . Under Nature’s Veil

ITAI  MONNICKENDAM Under Nature’s Veil Location:  Cordillera Huayhuash Mountain Range, North Andes, Peru Immersing in nature is one of my favorite feelings. Especially when it all comes together, a great location, good weather and amazing colors of an exhilarating golden hour. But this love of the wilderness isn’t always a dream come true. Nature doesn’t […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

Dr. Akira TAKAUE

Dr. Akira TAKAUE Architectural World In B&W As an architect/international bridge engineer, I have been fortunately enough to visit a lot of places not only in Tokyo, but also around the world for various large architectural and bridge structure projects, including my own engineering achievement. Firstly, I brought a camera just for taking shots such […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

The Art Of Animals. By Wolf Ademeit

The Art Of Animals By Wolf Ademeit “Animal photographers focus their work in general on the presentation of animals in the wild nature. Only a few photographers use the photography of animals in zoos as an art form. I think this is a missed opportunity. Just like wild living animals, are also suited zoo animals, […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

5 Tips For Shooting In Black&White

5 Tips For Shooting In Black&White Learn To Think In Black And White If you’re shooting in black and white, your biggest handicap is that your own eyes see in Color. Color is vibrant and therefore dominating. Being able to perfectly visualize what you are looking at in black and white can massively improve your […]

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23 DECEMBER 2015

The History Of B&W Photography

The History Of B&W Photography By BobSt.Cyr The history of black & white photography is essentially a significant part of the entire story of photography. It is the story of a relatively “new” technology that began a little over 170 years ago in Europe. However, the actual process of a projected image appearing inside a […]

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