Who said you can't get an adrenaline rush from black and white photographs? You can get all the dosage you need from San Francisco transplant Bram De Martelaere. He's in deep with the skate scene but he doesn't stay just within the confines of the skate park.
De Martelaere prefers shooting in black and white and we can't blame him. He's developed his own process that mixes the excitement of skate photography and the emotion and calmness of street and architecture photography. You'd have to take a closer look at his photographs to appreciate the mastery and details that go in each one. He ties up all the visual elements in his photographs with a sense of confidence and grace that can only come from experience, talent, and skill combined.
If you're interested in Bam's work, you may head on over to his Instagram account and website.
The snow and icy wonderland that sat on Arctic waters are the things hypnotizing photographer Ester Vonplon. Clear, pure white moves her poetic photography, and in this interview, the photographer surmises and wonders more and more about its enticement.
Often we are told to read between the lines, but can we read between photographs? Denver-based photographer Carol Golemboski enchants us with her love for black and white film as she paints the world's unspoken metaphors.
John Milisenda, a widely published black and white film photographer on the Lower East Side in New York City, sits down with Lomography NYC community member Ranier Turim to discuss the art of photography and one's relationship to a subject.
It's neither red & green, pink & blue, nor black & white. In reality, people come in gradients instead of blocks, a spectrum than of compartments. The "Non-Binary" portraits of Montreal-based photographer Laurence Philomene are the very fresh sights to behold.
Patience, creativity, openmindedness are among the qualities a photographer should possess. Ingenuity, however, is accompanied by sheer willpower and passion. For the clever photographer, a cardboard can already do loads of things.