Tobias König is a photographer from Germany. He takes beautiful black and white photos with varying intensities and remarkable texture.
Black and white photographs are timeless. From their undeniable charm to their undying appeal, monochrome photographs can really catch the eye with just the right amount of balance. Tobias is a master when it comes to creating drama with intense blacks and shades of gray. He knows which angles to choose, under what lighting conditions to shoot in to bring out the texture of his monochrome photographs. It's beautiful camera work and an even more beautiful use of a classic medium.
If you're interested in Tobias' work, you may head over to his website for more.
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