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La fin aproche, le trop est de trop, le moins et suffisant

Kroutchev Planet Photo: Benoit Paille is a 26 year old French-Canadian photographer

A daisy does not pretend to be like a rose. Be true to yourself. LO


Black and white daisy captured by Ansel Adams in This photo shows the flowers texture and has a hint of depth of field incorporated.>>> i love ansel adams' photos

Strandvägen After Snow  by Hannes R Black and white reflection !!! Bebe'!!! Love this!!!

I like the reflection, would like to do more work in this area. Strandvägen After Snow by Hannes R Black and white reflection

The reflection and shape of the bridge is incredible, and the way it frames the tree line is really cool - photographer unknown

The water reflection in this picture is what truly makes this photo appealing. The design of the bridge allows the reflection to create a complete oval, balancing the photo.

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The Art Of Black And White Photography

reflection image distortion taking a picture with your camera facing into water or other reflective surfaces seeing images reflected

Vivian Maier Chicago, 1954 Photo: Vivian Maier; from the Book Vivian Maier: A Photographer Found published by Harper Design

Look Back at Vivian Maier’s Mysterious Secret Photographs

landscape photography, black and white, nature, trees, 8 x 10 print on Etsy

Willow tree, tree photography, tree print, lake house decor, trees in fog, zen, single tree, lake photography, winter tree

Winter Willow, 2013 Title: Winter Willow, 2013 Image Size: 16 x 20 inches / print only / limited edition of 50 This archival pigment print is made on Canson

I like the refraction used in the image with the glass. I really like the Black & white conversion because i think it adds depth to the image.

Black & White photo: Artistic yet beautiful and extremely powerful shot. Michele Clement is the winner of Black & White Spider Awards 2007 in category “Outstanding Achievement”. By Michele Clement

If you combine black and white photography with reflections and then architecture I will forever be in love with you

Black & White Photography: Part 3