Throughout the history of photography contrast has persistently remained one of the significant expressive features of photographic images. Indeed, since contrast is a powerful visual communicative means in both black and white and colour photography, many photographers use contrast in the most creative ways in their work. Contrast may constitute the key compositional feature of an image on the formal aesthetic level; it may also emphasize some of the important aspects of the content of the photograph.
JP Terlizzi: Pink Slippers
Michał Amerek: Trees Beaten by Sand
Barbara Harsch: The Royal Wedding
Trevor Messersmith: Glenside
Jully Acuña (Bogotá, Colombia), Michał Amerek (Podłęże, Poland), Robin Apple (Palo Alto, CA, USA), Lemia Monet Bodden (San Francisco, CA, USA), Sarah Bouillaud (Paris, France), Anastasia Davis (Pittsburgh, PA, USA), Britta Egebjerg (Vejle, Denmark), Stephanie Facer (MI, USA), Carole Glauber (Portland, OR, USA), Barbara Harsch (Brussels, Belgium), Emile Hengen (Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg), Jana Herman (Paris, France), Ilona Kovács (Budapest, Hungary), Jean-Francois Lanthier (Montreal, Canada), Fréderic Mahy (Drogenbos, Belgium), Anda Marcu (London, ON, Canada), Nicolas Marlow (Atlanta, GA, USA), Trevor Messersmith (Marlboro, NY, USA), Lorenzo Palombini (Rome, Italy), Anna Pepe (Leeds, UK), Eder Sanchez (Vitoria, Spain), Wil Scott (Annapolis, MD, USA), Róbert Tasnádi (Szombathely, Hungary), JP Terlizzi (New York, NY, USA), Jie Zhang (New York, NY, USA), Lilla Zsitnyánszky (Niedernhausen, Germany)
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