Tag Archives: Silver Prints

The Stunning Work Of Michael Massaia

I’ve discovered a photographer whose work I really love: Michael Massaia. He creates stunning black and white images of desolation and emptiness, but not in a way that leaves one depressed, but more in a way that leaves one fascinated. To top it off, Massaia uses large format film cameras and creates his look in the darkroom. He is an incredibly skilled printer.

Take a look at his portfolios here. Watch a video about him and his process here.

Photo By Michael Massaia

Afterlife

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From The Archives: Modern Dance In Brooklyn

This is a photograph of a dancer I took during a production of The Shed in Red Hook back in 2007. Truly a great example of modern dance in Brooklyn. I don’t usually post images that are already in one of my online galleries; this one is in the Film | Dance gallery here. However, I was testing a new Word Press plug-in, and needed an image to test with and this one popped up in a search. I looked at it anew and am still absolutely blown away by the tonality.

Modern Dance In Brooklyn

I’m still stunned by the tonality of this shot.

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LAUREN E. SIMONUTTI’S Show!

I have several of Lauren’s handmade books… they are amazing. If you are around Chicago, definitely go check it out:

http://lauren-rabbit.blogspot.com/2010/01/exhibition-open.html

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