Andreas Bernhard Lyonel Feininger (December 27, 1906 – February 18, 1999) was an American photographer and a writer on photographic technique. He was noted for his dynamic black-and-white scenes of Manhattan and for studies of the structures of natural objects. Andreas Feininger photographed Route 66. This estate print was released in 2007 from the original negative taken in 1947 outside of Seligman, Arizona. It ...
Just a goofing around video I made last fall. Another trip to the Biloxi Marsh in Louisiana with Dan Kaufmann, Mark Raisler and Mike Kuhnert along with guides Gjuro Bruer and Bo Meador. Decided to try a shoot in Black & White Dynamic just to see. Always wanted to use this great Pink Floyd remix by Pretty Lights.
Photographing a reflection of a famous landmark such as the US Capitol in DC was a good way to avoid the cliché shot that every other tourist snaps daily. Adding the human element adds a sense of scale.
“Bummer Summer” follows 17-year-old Isaac on an impromptu road trip with his older brother Ben — and Ben’s ex-girlfriend, Lila. As the excursion drifts toward its inevitable climax, the trio’s ambiguous dynamic is tested by the brothers’ mutual feelings for Lila. Photographed in breathtaking black-and-white, “Bummer Summer” heralds the breakthrough debut of first-time director Zach Weintraub. $2.99