The Black-and-White portraits


The removal of colour strips the photo of the warmth usually associated with a portrait, and imposes a statue-like look on the subject. Cold, and seemingly more motionless than a coloured photo, the style immortalises the shape of the face, giving it a sense of eternity that has an unearthly hold onto the memory because of its dream-like sensation. 

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Raziman Sarbini

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Raziman Sarbini

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Chef Wan

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Chef Wan

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Paul Rennie

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Paul Rennie

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Daniel Woodroof

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Daniel Woodroof

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Patrick Teoh

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Patrick Teoh

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