Category: black-and-white photography

Times Square in b&w. Photo by Alina Oswald.

Photographing in Times Square on Coming Out Day

Photographing portraits in Times Square.

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 ...