Photographers and Their Photographs in Black and White

By Dorothea Lange, Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information / Office of Emergency Management / Resettlement Administration [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

By Dorothea Lange, Farm Security Administration / Office of War Information / Office of Emergency Management / Resettlement Administration [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

Beth Moon – Trees  
Ansel Adams – Landscapes  
Dorothea Lange – People  
Yousuf Karsh – Portraits
Richard Avedon – People in Motion 
Henri Cartier-Bresson – People and Places
Robert Capa – People and Places
Alfred Stieglitz – People 

Margaret Bourke-White – People

And her iconic Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images

During the Great Ohio River Flood of 1937, at the height of the Great Depression, African Americans in Louisville, Kentucky, line up seeking food and clothing from a relief station, in front of a billboard ironically proclaiming, “World’s Highest Standard of Living.”

Collections In General search words:

Best Black and White Photography – All subjects 
Awesome Black and White Photography – All subjects 
Black and White Photography Nature – All subjects

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Categories: Art, Photography

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2 replies

  1. Beth Moon’s Tree’s are outstanding use of black and white.
    Once in awhile we need to take a break from ‘news’. 🙂 I can stay on the computer for hours going through photograph’s from photographer’s of the world. They are indeed driven people to preserve a scene that they see.

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  2. I love black and white photographery it makes people like fabulous spirits you wish to meet inside History pages

    Like

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