Following the Black Week spirit I’ve put together some amazing black & white photographs here to instigate your taste for ‘black’. Personally I love black and white photos because they seem to capture the real scene of a picture without coloring it. Since they are not colored they give us the opportunity to concentrate at the image, the lighting, the context and the perspective of the scene. Today we show case Damien Vassart’s black and white version of Pari.
Damien Vassart was born in March 1984 in Brussels suburbs (Belgium), after 9 years he moved to the south of France, later to French West Indies. He came back and settled down in Paris, where he’s still living now. Damien’s interest on Photography began in 2007, inspired by the work of other photographers, he bought his first DSLR and started to experiment. He developed a big passion for fine art, black and white, architecture and landscape photography. His work received an Honorable Mention in Cityscapes and Architecture at the International Photography Awards in 2010.
See more of his wonderful black and white fine art photography at damienvassart.com