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Hiroshi Sugimoto: elec­trical charge from a 400 000 volt Van Der Graaf gen­er­ator to pho­to­graphic film

Black vein-like pattern Hiroshi Sugimoto: elec­trical charge from a 400 000 volt Van Der Graaf gen­er­ator to pho­to­graphic film (Or the heavenly net of a thousand stars, as Hikaru calls it)

Tree Portrait, Study 5, Wakoto, Hokkaido, Japan (2005). Michael Kenna

Michael Kenna’s distinctive personal vision has made him one of the world’s top landscape photographers, writes David Clark

Josef Hoflehner, Snow Capped Central Park, Study 5 - New York City, NY, 2011

I always had a soft spot for snow covered trees. freezing cold temperatures and blustery winds, yet little to no snow. Oh well, maybe this means it will be a worthwhile summer?

French Canal, Study 2, Loir-et-Cher, France. 1993 ©Michael Kenna

Available for sale from G. Gibson Gallery, Michael Kenna, French Canal, Study Loir-et-Cher, France Toned gelatin silver print

Sötét erdő, hangulatelem - inspiráció

These photos of a lone person walking through the forest express the solitude people may have to endure looking for their family tree.

Hiroshi Sugimoto. Aegean Sea, Pilion, from the series Seascapes, 1990. Gelatin silver print. 60 x 72 x 3”. Image courtesy of Hiroshi Sugimoto.

Hiroshi Sugimoto, Aegean Sea, Pilion, from the series Seascapes, Gelatin silver print. 60 x 72 x Image courtesy of Hiroshi Sugimoto©

The Art of Black and White Photography by Joel Tjintjelaar | Photography Office

The Art of Black and White Photography by Joel Tjintjelaar

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