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Black & White Photography
Black+White Photography is the champion of the black & white image. The magazine features stunning contemporary images from some of the finest names in black & white through interviews and features. As well as in-depth techniques, product news and reviews, every issue provides opportunities for readers to have their work published and to benefit from a variety of competitions and workshops. Black+White Photography is considered essential reading for anyone interested or working in the creative area of monochrome imaging. Subscribers also get special collectable covers (without text)!
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In this month’s Black+White, street photographer Giacomo Brunelli invites us to view England’s capital city through his imaginative, film noir inspired, perspective. We take a look at Tate Modern’s new retrospective on innovator, experimenter and visionary Harry Callahan, while Mark Bentley speak to Richard Pilnick about his intriguing portraits and recent success in the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize. Plus, we showcase our favourite monochrome images from the recent Travel Photographer of the Year competition.
Eddie Ephraums gives us another dose of inspiration in his new five part series, and Clayton Bastiani reveals the joys of camera-less photography. Landscape photographer Olivier Du Tré braves the Black+White hot seat, while John Dooley shares his discoveries from a recent trip to East Timor. Tim Clinch muses on elitism in the photographic world, and Colin Harding looks at the use of magnesium in early photography when he delves into the National Media Museum’s archives once again. Also in this issue, Susan Burnstine finds out more about Christine Osinski’s thought-provoking portraits, and why they are receiving recognition nearly 30 years after they were taken.
Lee Frost guides us through how to create dark and moody, or light and ethereal photographs, and Tim Daly shows how to master the art of ‘late’ photography. Meanwhile, Tim Clinch looks at getting the film look with Alien Skin’s Exposure 5. The small but perfectly formed Canon EOS 700D is put to the test, and we checkout six of the best monitors out there for you to view your pictures.
Plus the top stories in what’s happening in the monochrome world, our thoughts on National Portrait Gallery’s new show Bailey’s Stardust, book reviews and our favourite readers’ images!
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