Category Archives: black and white photography

Using Real-Life Textures

“This is my drawer full of knickknacks, my personal gewgaws, here rendered in sepia as if to dilute the sinfulness of a hoarder tendency! What is creativity but the raw discovery of new uses for the familiar, turning junk into things of beauty?” Continue reading

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Times Square, NYC, 2013

“For now I find myself shifting away from the stylized editing that many photographers employ, what I call pictorialist photography, and going for more structural realism.” Continue reading

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Black and White

“A black-and-white image is classic photography without the modern bells and whistles, without contrived painterly effects. It’s just me and the light.” Continue reading

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