Cuba Black and White
In 1999, a 25-year-old female photographer began an eight-year journey through Cuba with a Leica and a desire to photograph the people of Cuba from a perspective that was almost unknown at the time.
Living on the Edge – Peter Dobis
Peter Dobis’s black and white photos are some of the toughest, grittiest photos I have seen in some time.
Self-Untitled, Phase 2 – Samantha Geballe
A remarkable series of black and white self-portraits by Samantha Geballe.
Scrapbook – Francesco Merlini
Francesco Merlini uses both black and white as well as color to capture the offbeat and sensuous moments of his life..
Jo Schwab’s series of black and white portraits show a mastery of studio lighting and an ability to bring out the individual nature of her wonderfully eccentric subjects.
Edge of Living
Ricky Adam’s brutally honest photographs can only be the result of a photographer that knows and is trusted by his subjects.
We Were There
Sandy Carson’s photos explore the symbiotic relationship between rock concert fans, the bands, and the photographer at music festivals.
Combat Zone Tintypes
These tintypes were taken in the Helmand River Province, Afghanistan, during Ed Drew’s deployment with his helicopter Combat Rescue Unit.