Stunning black and white underwater photographs by Indonesian photographer, Hengki Koentjoro.
Lights in Chicago
Japanese photographer Satoki Nagata has taken a beautiful black and white series of photos of the city he’s currently living in.
A collection of old photos from Operation Crossroads, the first underwater nuclear explosion. “Operation Crossroads was a series of nuclear weapon tests conducted by the United States at Bikini Atoll in mid-1946. It was the first test of a nuclear weapon after the Trinity nuclear test in July 1945, and the first detonation of any nuclear device following the Fat Man detonation on August 9, 1945. Its purpose was to investigate the effect of nuclear weapons on naval ships.
Composed of pieces made with graphite on canvas, accompanied by an installation. The main focus is the figure of the airplane that is placed in a variety of situations to allude the problems of the contemporary man and, in this way, become metaphor of the existence, dreams, through the great hardship, loneliness.
Photography of Kai Ziehl
Based in Hamburg (Germany) and Kai has great eye for photography. The issues of his work carry a subtle atrabiliousness and melancholy. The chosen scenery and the way Kai Ziehl is capturing them shows the complexity of black and white layered photography in a splendid way.
The Inertia best surf photography of 2012
Matterhorn Portraits by Nenad Saljic
No one has been able to capture the great architecture of the last century as Balthazar Korab , one of the most celebrated photographer. The work of Korab is now celebrated by Princeton Architectural Press in the book John Comazzi , which recounts his childhood in Hungary, the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris and his friendship with Eero Saarinen that launched him as his personal photographer. In the book, as well as photos of the work of Saarinen (such as the TWA Terminal or the Miller House in Columbus) there’s also a nice portfolio with hundreds of photos showing other works commissioned by Korab with names such as Mies Van der Rohe, Frank Lloyd Wright, Le Corbusier, Minoru Yamasaki, Richard Meier and many others.
From Mine to Market
A photographic journey that starts in the frozen tundra of northern Canada and continues around the world, following the path taken by a rough diamond on it’s way from mine to market.
Black and white wild animals photography by Wolf Ademeit
Pictures of American Cities in the Early 20th Century