Category: black-and-white photography

On B&W Photography

Seeing in Black and White “Throughout the years, many photographers have embraced black-and-white to tell some of the most intense, intriguing, powerful and memorable stories,” I wrote in an article about photographer’s Bill Bytsura’s new book, The AIDS Activist Project. “[…] Award-winning photographer and AIDS activist Kurt Weston [A&U, November, 2005] says black-and-white offers his ...

Lonely pier on Atlantic City beach. B&W photo by Alina Oswald. All Rights Reserved.

How I Got That Shot: Beach Photo Shoots

How I got that shot: photographing on the beach

Kurt Weston photography at OCCCA

A Brief (#tbt) Interview with Photographer Kurt Weston

A brief #tbt q&a with award-winning, legally blind photographer, and HIV and LGBTQ+ activist Kurt Weston.

Silence = Death poster 30th anniversary - reflections

HIV Long-Term Survivors Awareness Day

June 5 is HIV Longterm Survivors Awareness Day

Rage. Black-and-white image by Alina Oswald.

Photography and Mood – I

Expressing rage in photography, in nature photography in particular.

Kurt Weston: The Making of the Blind Vision Photography Series

A look back at the Blind Vision series of black-and-white self-portraits by award-winning photographer Kurt Weston I wrote about award-winning, legally blind photographer Kurt Weston and his Blind Vision series of black-and-white self-portraits, as well as about other images by the same artist in the November 2005 issue of A&U Magazine–America’s AIDS Magazine. Here are ...

Kurt Weston: The Making of the Dark Angel Image

REMEMBER: An AIDS Memorial Retrospective – A Closer Look at Some of the Images Included in Kurt Weston’s Show Dark Angel One of my favorite photographs by Kurt Weston is Dark Angel. The image is also included in Kurt Weston’s show, Remember: An AIDS Retrospective, running at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art from ...