Mitch Dobrowner -> Storm Photography

The absolutely gorgeous captures above were taken by Long Island (Bethpage), NY born fine art photographer Mitch Dobrowner. His pristine black and white processing reveals every tiny detail, really showing off the power and awe inspiring beauty of each storm. Just amazing. I’d love to see his prints in person.
Visit -> mitchdobrowner.com/

Jim Kazanjian -> found photo composites

These are fantastic. Jim Kazanjian creates these amazing, ghostly black and white architectural images from found photographs. Definitely the product of hours of tedious meshing, blending and compositing. I’d say his efforts are completely worth it. You can purchase prints of these mysterious and imaginative works here.
Visit -> www.kazanjian.net/

Leica -> Rumors Black and White M10

This is all very exciting. Rumors are flying that suggest Leica will be releasing an M10 version to their digital camera lineup that shoots exclusively black and white. Yes, no color photos coming from this camera body, just super detailed black and white photos rendered from a real black and white sensor. The other interesting […]

John “Chip” Scarlett -> Diver Photography

I recently discovered the amazing photography of John “Chip” Scarlett, an award-winning underwater still photographer and certified diver of 45 years. His photographs offer a rare view into the underworld, and in many cases, in a way that transcends the documentary style of photography and very much becomes that of fine art. So much amazing […]

Daniel Scholten -> Cityscape Photography

I had originally paid a visit to this site because it was on a list of newer HTML5 websites that I was browsing through. Once I hit the site I was immediately pulled in by super contrasty cityscape photography of Stockholm based Photographer Daniel Scholten. His post work technique and his sensibility to light really […]

Opsin -> Ivan Villafuerte

I dig every second of this pristine monotone video by Chicago based videographer Ivan Villafuerte. His interesting use of DOF, clean composition and contrasty super-sharp black and white hits all the right notes for me. I don’t have a ton of info on what equipment he used to create this but I do know it […]

Clutchy Hopkins -> Verbal Headlock

Clutchy Hopkins – Verbal Headlock from Ubiquity Records on Vimeo.
The above track and stop motion video is from the new Clutchy Hopkins album “The Story Teller” on Ubiquity Records. Awarded among the year’s best on Gilles Peterson’s Worldwide show on BBC Radio 1. Directed by Amsterdam based art director and film director Christian Borstlap (christianborstlap.com). […]