Color or lack of color has been a double edged sword in visual representation of art and fashion. In chat I with an engineer friend in Munich he explained to me how companies like Samsung which cater to the Eastern crowd and Apple whose crowd are Westerners invest millions in the psychological research of their camera sensors, the part in a camera that makes the transition of light into pixels. Film isn't dead many of my photographer friends swear by it and use nothing else, it's Instagram before Instagram and frames are processed in dark rooms rather than VSCO Cam on your iPhone.
In this installment, entitled, 'Schwarz' [German for the color black] I will feature photography I find to be visually stimulating and executed in a precise and devastatingly beautiful noire texture.
This week I proudly feature Polina Perry, a young photographer from Tel-Aviv who took it upon herself to capture black and white entangled with geometry. The model featured in this series -called 'Geometry' for obvious reasons- is Daniela Chechik, known for her work with Forever Young and multiple other beauty and fashion companies like L'Orèal.