No. 117 October 2016 : Black & White : For Collectors of Fine Photography

Issue No. 117

  1. Sabrina Caramanico: From Darkness

    “The woods are lovely, dark and deep.” —Robert Frost Among the hallmarks of the Hammer horror films of the 1950s to 1970s are their incredibly atmospheric locations. Numerous scenes in such classics as The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), The Plague of the Zombies (1966) and others were filmed in the aptly named Black Park in Wexham, Buckinghamshire, situated near the Hammer studios in Bray. Hammer woodlands were decidedly dark and ominous, and contributed enormously to the films’ Gothic atmosphere, but they were also imbued with a powerful and otherworldly beauty. The forces of evil were never more seductive than when lensed by Hammer cinematographers like Jack Asher and Arthur Grant.

  2. Carl Rubino Portfolio Contest Winner

    “Whether it’s landscape, nude, abstract, or urban, something resonates, usually in some emotional way, about the scene before me.”  

  3. Travel/People/Places: Rick Kattelmann Single Image Winner