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Posts tagged "black and white"

Heartwarming Friendship Between A Japanese Farmer And His Pigs

Otchan is a Japanese farmer who loves his 1,200 pigs - every single one of them. He plays with them, cuddles with them, and sings and reads to them on a daily basis. And photographer Toshiteru Yamaji has captured this beautiful and charming friendship between a farmer and his pigs on film.

Almost Lost 1950-60s Street Photos Of NYC And Chicago By Vivian Maier

In 2007, historian and collector John Maloof found a box with thousands of black and white photography and film negatives by Vivian Dorothea Maier. Only in 2011, two years after Maier’s death, was her forgotten talent acknowledged by the public, as her works started travelling through exhibitions in the U.S. and Europe and a book...

Two Brothers And Lifelong Best Friends Share Their Final Years In Touching Photos By Elin Høyland

As soon as Norwegian photographer Elin Høyland heard about the two old brothers living together in a tiny hamlet in the middle of rural Norway, she knew it was a story she would like to capture on camera. Little did she know that she was about to enter the beautiful life-long friendship of two brothers...

Father Of Six Captures Heartwarming Childhood Moments In B&W Photographs

French photographer and father of six Alain Laboile has dedicated his artistic energy to documenting the everyday life of his beautiful family. Even though many parents photograph their children as they grow up and become familiar with the world around them, there‘s something peculiar and deeply gripping about Laboile‘s black and white photographs.

Surreal Photo Manipulation By Photographer Dariusz Klimczak

Polish photographer Dariusz Klimczak composes dreamlike landscapes that hypnotize with their surprise and weirdness. The photographer's digital photo manipulations open the door to his imaginative world, where a desolate desert is brought to life by quirky and playful characters.

Photographer Takes The Same Photo Of The Same Family For 22 Years

Since 1991, photographer Zed Nelson has been taking the same black and white portrait of the same family on the same day every year. “The Family“ project, which has already lasted for 22 years, is meant to be continued, well, forever. The conservative clothing, photographic composition and backdrop make the time lapse more evident, with...

Mesmerizing Black And White Photos By French Photographer Benoit Courti

This is an excellent example of simply good photography. Parisian photographer Benoit Courti photographs are dark, riveting moments captured for us to enjoy.

20 Historic Black & White Photos Colorized

A group of redditors, united in the r/ColorizedHistory group, attempt to bring history back to life by colorizing black and white pictures of various historic events.

Black and White Friendship Story of a 4-Year-old Girl and Her Cat

An economist and photography enthusiast Andy Prokh takes adorable black and white photos of his 4-year-old daughter Katherine and her best friend - a British Shorthair cat, named LiLu Blue Royal Lada.

Long Exposure Tree Photography by Pierre Pellegrini

Thoughts in Time is a gorgeous black and white photo series by Swiss photographer Pierre Pellegrini who takes long exposure pictures of trees, most often bare and surrounded by fog.

Surreal Self-Portraits by Noell S. Oszvald

Hungarian photographer Noell S. Oszvald doesn’t have a huge portfolio yet, nor much is known about her – but the little that’s out there is enough to awe everyone. A 22-year-old presents a portfolio of powerful self-portraits, and one can hardly believe that she actually just started taking photos a little over a year ago....

Pictures of Women at Work During WW2 Restored in Color

Dave Hall materializes his passion for World War II history by coloring and bringing back to life old photos from that period. Dave selects the images from the Libraby of Congress and then uses Photoshop to colorize them.